Princess Beatrice’s husband Edoardo goes unnoticed as he mixes with public while paying respect to the Queen


Sophie Bates

The husband of Princess Beatrice, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, paid tribute to the Queen at Inexperienced Park earlier this week – and was fully unrecognised by onlookers.

The property developer, who married the Queen’s granddaughter Beatrice in 2020, visited Inexperienced Park on Monday to view the playing cards and flowers left for the monarch, who died on September 8.

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Pictures captured the 38-year-old paying his respects, as onlookers had been seen alongside him, with out noticing the royal’s husband.

Edoardo seen the flowers and playing cards left by the general public in Inexperienced Park

Edoardo and Princess Beatrice had been amongst different members of the royal household to attend the service at Westminster Corridor on Wednesday for the reception of the Queen’s coffin. 

He was additionally seen together with his spouse on Tuesday night at Buckingham Palace for the arrival of the Queen’s coffin, wearing all black. Additionally in attendance was Beatrice’s sister, Princess Eugenie, her husband Jack Brooksbank, the Earl and Countess of Wessex and Mike Tindall.

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Edoardo and Princess Beatrice attended the service for the reception of the monarch’s coffin

The daddy-of-two, who married Princess Beatrice throughout lockdown, took to Instagram following the announcement of the Queen’s dying to share a sequence of snaps of the monarch, with the caption: “Extremely onerous to course of the final 24 hours. What an unimaginable girl and extraordinary mark she’s left on the whole world. She was the rock on which fashionable Britain was constructed.”

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He continued, “Feeling very fortunate that our little ones acquired to spend fantastic time together with her this summer time. Relaxation in Peace Your Majesty. We are going to miss you a lot. Brokenhearted.”

The royal household united on Wednesday at Westminster Corridor to pay their last respects forward of the funeral, which can happen on Monday 19 September at Westminster Abbey. 

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