Princess Beatrice and fiance and property tycoon partner, Edoardo ‘Edo’ Mapelli Mozzi, will be walking down the aisle in 2020. However, their nuptials will rather be a low-key affair.
In the midst of the royal drama that currently unfolds, it seems as if the family 2020 started on a rather controversial note.
The royal family, including Queen Elizabeth, will soon come together for Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson’s elder daughter, Princess Beatrice’s wedding. And it’s attentive for some time.
Mainly because of the bad press around Prince Andrew who was involved in a sex scandal with which Jeffery Epstein was involved. The latest news is, however, in contrast to Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle and her younger sister Eugenie, Princess Beatrice’s wedding will not be broadcast.
British omcallers BBC and ITV announced via a statement to the Daily Mail that they will not be broadcasting the wedding.
Princess Beatrice and the fiancée partner Edoardo ‘ Edo ‘ Mapelli Mozzi will walk down the corridor in 2020. Their households will, however, be a low speech.
The reason the wedding is not placed on the wedding in some extent, is also involved in a certain extent. There is also another great reason. According to a report in Vanity Fair, the wedding broadcast of Beatrice’s sister Eugenie was experienced with serious setback.
The UK taxpayers cost the television and the whole matter £2 million. Because of this, experts believe that the omcallers do not want the wave of criticism over the wedding of Princess Beatrice.
Although it was said earlier in reports that marriage will be funded privately, nothing has been completed.