Pregnant Princess Beatrice with her husband Edoardo Mapelli-Mozzi attends the Wimbledon tournament

If Paris these days is the center of world social life, then London is sports: these days not only the European Football Championship is held there (we are waiting for the historic final between England and Italy!), But also the prestigious tennis tournament, Wimbledon. Every day, many stars and aristocrats gather in the stands to watch the matches, and today you could see celebrities among the spectators.

The center of attention was, perhaps, the most interesting now for the public, because of her pregnancy, a guest – 32-year-old Princess Beatrice of York. She appeared in the royal box with her 37-year-old husband Edoardo Mapelli-Mozzi, and this is the first appearance of the spouses since it became known that they are expecting a child (before that, they avoided public events and appeared only in the chronicle of the paparazzi).

In public, Beatrice appeared in a white dress with black polka dots Self-Portrait, which did not hide her rounded belly. The image was complemented by sunglasses and a red protective mask, which the princess took off and put on.

Both Beatrice and Edoardo were in excellent spirits, smiling and laughing a lot, communicating with other guests of the lodge, including Aunt Beatrice, Countess Sophie of Wessex, wife of Prince Edward. However, when the game took an unpleasant turn, the faces of all three were darkened with displeased grimaces – the royal family is generally always very emotional at Wimbledon.

Recall that Princess Beatrice and the founder of the consulting company Edoardo Mapelli-Mozzi began dating in 2018, announced their engagement a year later, and a year later they played a wedding, which, however, had to be postponed for several months due to the coronavirus. This spring, it became known about Beatrice’s pregnancy: for her, the child will be the first, but for Edoardo – the second: his son Christopher is growing up from a past relationship.

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Author: Oleg Ceban
Graduated from University of Oxford. Previously, he worked in various diferent news media. Currently, it is a columnist of the world news section in the Free News editors.
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