What can be more heartbreaking than cancelling your wedding reception? Yes, you heard us. The Royal Princess Beatrice’s wedding may not have a big reception. Why? Isn’t it obvious? Because of Coronavirus.
Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi is her soon to be husband. The Royal couple is set to said ‘I do’ on 29 May at The Chapel Royal, St James’ Palace, and expected to follow this with a significant event at Buckingham Palace.
It’s currently stated that the The Royal couple is right now in a fix of deciding whether or not to continue with their wedding service – with simply close family and a couple of foes present – yet the Buckingham Palace gathering will never again take place.
Well, the people want justification for every The Royal matter, right? So a spokesperson on behalf of the Buckingham Palace has made sure to let everyone know through BBC that Princess Beatrice is “reviewing” her wedding plans and taking government advice into account.
The Royal “Princess Beatrice and Mr Mapelli Mozzi are very much looking forward to getting married but are equally aware of the need to avoid undertaking any unnecessary risks. In the current circumstances.”
“They are particularly conscious of government advice about both the well being of older family members and large gatherings of people.”
The lovebirds are much more interested in not taking”unnecessary risks”. Particularly about “the well being of older family members and large gatherings of people”.
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Apart from the The Royal couple, a few members of Buckingham Palace has been taking the preventive steps. To keep away from any kind of hassle of the fatal COVID-19
The Queen deferred her trip to Cheshire and Camden that were anticipated in the not so distant future because of the continuous spread of the infection, considering it a “sensible precaution”.
Beatrice’s proceedings for her wedding has been going through highs and lows. Just like what happened in Beatrice’s sister Eugenie in 2018. The couple celebrated their engagement at Children Firehouse by throwing a big party. The officially for engaged in Italy in 2019.