Princess Beatrice made a sweet tribute to her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi as she revealed her new official royal title on the second day of the Royal Ascot on Wednesday.
The 33 year old was seen arriving for the racing event in the third carriage of the royal procession next to her husband as she wore a badge which read: "HRH Princess Beatrice Mapelli Mozzi", referencing her married name.
Princess Beatrice wedded property developer Edoardo, 38, in 2020 and the couple share eight month old daughter Sienna together.
Royal Ascot guests in the Royal Enclosure are thought to be able to choose whichever title they'd like be addressed by on their name badge.
Princess Beatrice made a statement with hers, publicly showing her alliance to her husband Edoardo as the married pair were pictured smiling and waving at the crowd during their entrance.
The royal looked stunning as she wore a white short-sleeved pinafore dress with navy blue pumps and a matching clutch and wide-brimmed hat, while Edoardo was smartly dressed in a three-piece suit with a top hat and a blue tie, complementing his wife’s ensemble.
The married couple attended the Royal Ascot after the Queen pulled out as she continues to suffer mobility issues following on from her Platinum Jubilee appearance earlier this month.
Princess Beatrice appeared in jovial spirits as she did the day before, arriving for the first day of the event with her husband, where she was seen chatting with several Royal Family members including her uncle Prince Charles and cousin Zara Tindall at the racecourse.
The Princess and her Italian husband’s attendance at Royal Ascot comes after The Telegraph reported that Prince Andrew has been pushing for his daughters to have working royals’ statuses.
Despite Beatrice and sister Princess Eugenie having full HRH royal titles as grandchildren of the Queen, they are not considered working royals and have each gone on to establish their own careers.
Meanwhile, Andrew reportedly wants some of the titles he lost back, too as a source told the publication: “The colonelcy of the Grenadier Guards was his most coveted title and he wants it back. Having remained a Counsellor of State, he also believes he should be included at royal and state events.
“Most importantly for him is his status as an HRH and ‘Prince of the Blood’ and he feels that should be reinstated and his position recognised and respected.”
Beatrice works for US software company Afiniti and co-founded job management platform Big Change in 2012, while Eugenie, 32, works at the Hauser & Wirth art gallery. The sisters also support several charity organisations outside of the working roles.
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