Princess Beatrice Might Just Have A Really Big Post-Coronavirus Wedding Next Year To Boost Morale

April 14, 2020 / Posted by:

Edoardo Mapeli Mozzi has just been given yet another chance to cut and run before throws it all away by marrying into Britain’s #1 crime family. The Peaky Blinders ain’t got nothing on The Yorks! According to The Daily Mail, Princess Beatrice may now be looking to postpone her wedding for an entire year in the hopes that a big splashy royal wedding will be just the thing to “bolster the nation’s morale” after the coronavirus lockdown has ended. Apparently, Bea’s still chasing the dream of having a wedding to rival that of her sister Princess Eugenie’s, perhaps forgetting that that spectacle was deemed a ratings flop and waste of taxpayer money. I guess the oxygen level on whatever planet Bea is living on is thinner than her dad Prince Andrew’s Pizza Express Defense.

Bea and Edo were supposed to get married next month, with a reception at Buckingham Palace to follow. But then the tiara Bea had picked out was unceremoniously replaced by a much uglier corona, and the reception was cancelled. But Bea and Edo were still talking about having a very small private ceremony. However, according to The Daily Mail, a source says that now that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are out of the spotlight, and Andrew has stepped down, Bea may be looking for an opportunity to cash in on her elevated status as a junior senior junior royal (with cheese).

Princess Beatrice has a wonderful idea to bolster the nation’s morale – an even bigger wedding for her and fiance Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi!

An insider says: ‘As the granddaughter of the Queen, it seems unfair that Bea would have had to hide her nuptials from the public when her younger sister Eugenie did not have to. Eugenie’s wedding was televised and watched by three million viewers in the UK alone.

‘Beatrice and Eugenie’s profiles and workload will increase after the departure of Harry and Meghan.

‘Beatrice wants to show the public that she will never shirk her civic duties. She wants the public to see her as an individual, and not to be judged for the mistakes of her father. By next year, it would be wonderful if she could hold her head up high as she walks down the aisle in front of hundreds of people.’

To recap, Bea and Edo first revealed their relationship in June of last year. They were engaged in September, and at the time, Bea probably thought she’d finally get her turn to play Cinderella, only without ever having to have been poor and sooty. But by November, her dad Prince Andrew, went on the BBC and told a silly story about not being able to sweat therefore proving he did not have sex with a teenage Virginia Giuffre who claimed Andrew’s friend Jeffrey Epstein had trafficked her for just that purpose. After that, we heard Bea’s wedding was going to be a low-key affair (which is fitting because Bea and Edo’s relationship allegedly started as a low-key affair) and her dad skipped her engagement party. Now, if Bea’s “friends” are to be believed, it looks like they may be trading an intimate wedding that probably would have been heralded as a refreshing choice, for a parade of silly hats, complete with a guillotine basket to collect them afterwards.

Friends suggest St George’s Chapel, Windsor, which can accommodate 800 guests, would be the obvious choice for the ceremony. It remains to be seen if it would be appropriate for Bea to follow Eugenie by having the reception at their father’s official residence, Royal Lodge.

Who knows, maybe by next year her father’s official residence will be Wakefield Prison, in which case, Bea’s wedding might actually have a shot at bolstering the nation’s morale after all!

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