On July 18, 2020, Princess Beatrice, ranked ninth in the line of succession, married the aristocrat Edoardo Mapelli-Mozzi. The newly minted spouses have been legally married for only six months, and one British tabloid already claims that their union is "in crisis." What are Edo and Bea really experiencing?
The Star publication claims that the princess and her husband "started off on the wrong foot" by arranging a wedding that is significantly different from the usual royal standards due to the pandemic. The tabloid informant claims that the couple are mired in constant disputes. "Beatrice thought marriage to Edoardo was all rainbows and unicorns, but she realized that this was far from reality."
According to some reports, Princess Beatrice "became morose and difficult to be around with her." Gossip about her husband's intimacy with his ex-girlfriend Dara Huang does not stop. Many point out that this was to be expected, given the particulars of Beatrice and Edoardo's love story (also read: Dark Secrets: The Ugly Underside of Beatrice and Edoardo's love story). “Whenever Beatrice is around Dara,” an insider says, “she gently touches Edo's hand or face, using it as a subtle way of saying, 'He's mine.' According to the informant, the princess's “insecurity” “sometimes gets on [Edoardo's] nerves. They say they had a big fight because of her sense of possessiveness."
Other rumors say that Edo and Bea's wedding was worth $ 2 million - the price was due, among other things, to the costs of rescheduling the celebration due to the pandemic. Sources say that Her Highness is "extremely disappointed that she did not have the perfect wedding." It is not yet possible to find out whether this is true or not.
As Gossip Cop writes, all of this resembles typical tabloid publications based on information from unverified sources. There was no (even indirect) confirmation of the existence of problems from the Windsors themselves. Recently, the couple were seen walking in London, which clearly does not resemble the behavior of people in a quarrel. Well, the closed format of the wedding, taking into account the epidemic and the scandalous reputation of the bride's father, Prince Andrew, generally seems to be an ideal solution in this situation.
Many people know that Princess Beatrice has always sought to keep her private life away from public view, and now she has the perfect opportunity to spend the first months of her marriage in the desired silence. Authoritative observers are convinced that the stage can be called idyllic, since Beatrice and Edoardo were essentially able to stretch out their honeymoon.
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