PRINCESS BEATRICE is engaged to marry Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.
Mr Mozzi was previously engaged to Dara Huang, with whom he has a son, Christopher. As reported by the Mail on Sunday, Ms Huang has given up bread, pasta and potatoes. She took to Instagram last week to declare: “Dear carbs, I miss you so much.”
This was followed by a selfie at Annabel’s.
She was wearing a crop top revealing her midriff.
Beatrice will be the sixth of the Queen’s eight grandchildren to marry with Mrs Huang reported to have received an invitation.
As Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn are both under 18, when she marries Mr Mozzi, all of the Queen’s adult grandchildren will have married.
The first to do so was Peter Philipps who married Autumn Kelly in 2008.
2011 would see Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge marry Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge and Peter’s sister Zara marry Mike Tindall.
Last year, Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex married Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Beatrice’s sister Princess Eugenie married Jack Brooksbank.
Beatrice is ninth in the line of succession to throne.
When she was born she was fifth but has been pushed down due to the births of William and Harry’s children.
Ms Huang is an architect and designer.
She is the founder of Design Haus Liberty, an architecture and interior design studio.
Ms Huang is also the co-founder of Vivahouse, a a global co-living platform.
This news comes as the Cambridges and Sussexes joined the Queen, Charles, Prince of Wales, Camilla, Duchess of York, Andrew, Duke of York, Prince Edward, the Earl of Wessex, Sophie, the Countess of Wessex, Anne, Princess Royal, Sir Timothy Laurence, Prince Richard, the Duke of Gloucester, Birgitte, the Duchess of Gloucester and Prince Edward, the Duke of Kent at the Festival of Remembrance.
It was the first time Harry and William had been at an event together since Harry said he and his brothers were on different paths, fuelling speculation about some sort of royal rift.
The annual Royal British Legion event was at Royal Albert Hall in London on Saturday evening.
It commemorates the lives of all those who have been killed in conflicts.
This year marks the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
As reported by Hello, Sophie was wearing a faux fur jacket and long black dress.
The Queen has according to a book by her chief dresser, Angela Kelly, ‘The Other Side of the Coin’, moved towards fake fur.
According to Ms Kelly, no new fur pieces will be commissioned for Her Majesty.
She will continue to wear some pieces with fur already in her wardrobe, such as ceremonial robes.