Princess Beatrice Had To Change Her Wedding Date Two Times Due To Prince Andrew's Scandal
Princess Beatrice will marry Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in May. However, the elder daughter of Prince Andrew had to change her wedding date twice, following her father's disastrous interview where he spoke about his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein.
Princess Beatrice's wedding date was finally confirmed last week, however, she had to change it twice due to her father Prince Andrew's scandal, following his disastrous BBC interview where he spoke about his ties to convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
Princess Beatrice changed her wedding date twice
According to People, a royal source revealed that, "the date was changed two times to adjust [around Andrew’s scandal.] It will be smaller than the original plan."
Princess Beatrice will wed property tycoon Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi on May 29, 2020, at St. James's Palace in London. A reception will follow the ceremony at Queen Elizabeth's gardens at Buckingham Palace.
Princess Beatrice's big day will be very different from other royal nuptials
Princess Beatrice's wedding will be very different from Kate's, Meghan's, and Eugenie's nuptials, since it will be a "low-key" smaller celebration.
Prince Andrew did not attend Princess Beatrice's engagement party in December, however, he still wants to play a major role on her daughter's wedding day and will walk her down the aisle!