It's official: Princess Beatrice is going to be a spring bride! The Palace announced the princess and her fiancé, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, will wed on Friday, May 29 and we are already counting down the days—and that's 112 days from the moment we are writing this, to be exact!
Princess Beatrice and her soon-to-be husband have chosen The Chapel Royal at St. James's Palace for their "I do's", a far more intimate venue than that of her sister Princess Eugenie, who chose St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle for her 2018 nuptials. However, The Chapel Royal is no stranger to royal weddings. Queen Victoria wed Prince Albert in 1840 at the venue, along with King George V and Queen Mary in 1893. It's also the same site as Prince George's 2013 christening.
After the couple becomes husband and wife, guests will be escorted to the grounds of Buckingham Palace, where the Queen will host a private reception in the gardens.
The next question we keep asking ourselves is, "what will Princess Beatrice wear?" Will she opt for a Peter Pilotto creation like her sister or Givenchy like her sister-in-law Meghan Markle? Like so many royal brides before her, we wouldn't be surprised if the princess chose to wear two very different looks on the big day. Perhaps she'll even draw inspiration from the spring 2020 bridal runways!
We also can't wait to see which tiny royals the bride and groom choose for their wedding party. Prince George and Princess Charlotte are wedding attendants pros at this point but we're secretly hoping Prince Louis will make his wedding day debut on May 29, too!
Princess Beatrice and Mozzi announced their engagement in September 2019, after Mozzi proposed during an Italian vacation. Following in the footsteps of Meghan Markle, Princess Beatrice was given a three-stone engagement ring. Cheers to the happy couple and another royal wedding!