Princess Beatrice Embraces Husband Edoardo in Sweet Never-Before-Seen Photos

Romance is in the air for these royals.

Princess Beatrice’s husband, Edoardo “Edo” Mapelli Mozzi, celebrated the beginning of the new year by posting a romantic slideshow that captures the two of them embracing on the dance floor.

“Happy New Years – Here’s to a glorious 2024 🥂,” the property developer wrote in his caption. He also included a quote: “Today is the first blank page of a 365-page book. Write a good one.”

The photos appear to have been taken from the inaugural Anti-Slavery Collective Winter Gala, which took place November 29. In case you are unaware, Princess Beatrice’s sister, Princess Eugenie, co-founded the charity in 2017 with bestie Julia de Boinville, in an effort to bring awareness to and end modern-day slavery.

Front and center in the pics, we see Mozzi wearing a white tuxedo jacket with black dress pants, a black bow tie, and a white dress shirt. Princess Beatrice sports a black tailored crepe and chiffon midi dress from Self-Portrait, which she paired with black stiletto pumps from Nicholas Kirkwood. The gown featured a belted double-breasted blazer attached to a pleated skirt, while the royal’s footwear was adorned with diamonds on the front. Princess Beatrice accessorized with a sparkling silver watch, which can also be seen in the slideshow.

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The princess actually wore this dress twice before, in 2022: once in September for the late Queen Elizabeth II’s vigil at Westminster Hall in London, and then again only two months later, for a dinner supporting Street Child UK. (Oh, and did we mention Kate Middleton has the same dress in white?)

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