The Queen’s Wedding Tiara Is Passed On To Her Favorite Granddaughter

Published on 05/13/2021
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Many people think that it’s a royal is about glitz and glam, but that’s not true. Consider your life restricted, especially when your grandmother is Queen Elizabeth. Being a royal means that you have to follow specific rules. However, did you know that Queen Elizabeth has a favorite grandchild? If you’re expecting that it’s Prince William or even the Duchess of Cambridge, you’re mistaken. They may always be in the spotlight, but Princess Beatrice is the most beloved grandchild of the Queen. Do you need proof? Is favoritism even legal within the British monarch? Just take a look and decide for yourself…

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Favorite Royal Granddaughter Inherits The Queen’s Wedding Tiara

Who Is Princess Beatrice?

We expect that you haven’t heard much about Princess Beatrice. That’s why we must give you all the details you need to know. Princess Beatrice is the eldest daughter of Prince Andrew, Duke of York, and Sarah, Duchess of York. She is the fifth grandchild of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. Princess Beatrice is ninth in the line of succession to the British Throne.

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Who Is Princess Beatrice?

Sister, Sister

Princess Beatrice has a one-year-younger sibling. Princess Eugine and Princess Beatrice have a strong bond and are often seen together at royal functions. Princess Eugenie is reported to have characterized her sister’s relationship with her as extraordinary. “We get along fantastically well, we have ridiculous debates over trivial matters – like all sisters do – but we love each other to death.” They have a good friendship with their parents, including the fact that they are divorced. They place a high value on family.

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Sister, Sister

Royal Parents

Beatrice Ferguson (Duke and Duchess of York) is the eldest daughter of Prince Andre and Sarah Ferguson (Duke and Duchess of York). After her parents’ divorce in 1996, they both managed to remain in the same home when she was just eight years old. To raise Beatrice and Eugine together, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson maintained a cordial friendship. Princess Beatrice has become increasingly protective of her mother in recent years, particularly after being removed from the royal family after numerous scandals. However, she has a beautiful friendship with her father as well.

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Royal Parents

Net Worth

Princess Beatrice is a working lady outside of the royal empire, although the British monarchy subsidizes her for her position as a princess. She has been referred to as a “financial matchmaker” by the Royal family and is portrayed as a woman who works full-time. Still, precisely, what does this imply? In an American software firm, she links startups with prospective investors. Her net worth is projected to be in the $10 million range.

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Net Worth

Charity Work

Beatrice shared her desire to use her royal status to support people by charitable work when she turned 18 years old in 2006. This was, moreover, the first time she intended to perform her philanthropic duties. Beatrice accompanied her mother, Sarah Ferguson, at many of the groups that the Duchess of York sponsored regularly. Beatrice is also the co-founder of Big Change, a charity she established alongside six of her peers. Their primary aim was to inspire young people to learn abilities that were not taught in traditional classrooms.

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Charity Work

Weight Struggles

Princess Beatrice has been obsessed with her weight and self-confidence for several years, ever since she was a young adolescent. Sarah Ferguson, Beatrice’s mother, once revealed that she had placed her oldest daughter on a diet when she was just eight years old. The British princess has maintained a balanced diet schedule and daily workout throughout the years. Beatrice currently has lovely curves, which she loves. Rumors circulated that the beautiful princess had started eating a plant-based diet in preparation for her forthcoming wedding.

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Weight Struggles

Fashionista

Despite the criticism she has faced from many royal supporters, Princess Beatrice is widely regarded as one of the most fashionable princesses. She has a reputation for wearing fabulous dresses that aren’t scared to comment on. We’ve seen many Beatrice’s style moments over the years, particularly in the last decade. So it’s no surprise that she’s been dubbed a stunning fashionista.

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Fashionista

Marathon Runner

Beatrice became the first member of the British Royal family to appear in a feature film after pursuing drama and film studies. She had a minor part in the movie Young Victoria in 2009. The movie tells the tale of Queen Victoria’s early years. Sarah Ferguson, Bea’s grandma, was one of the film’s makers. While Beatrice enjoyed her brief acting role, the Queen was offended by the film’s historical inaccuracies.

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Marathon Runner

A Woman OF Many Talents

Princess Beatrice is no novice to the royal spotlight, although, unlike her cousins, she is not an official serving part of the monarchy. Although she volunteers and attends several royal ceremonies and functions, Princess Eugenie and Princess Eugenie are not paid by the Crown for their royal duties.

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A Woman OF Many Talents

Royal Relatives

Even though Princess Beatrice is no stranger to the royal spotlight, she is not officially a working member of the monarchy – unlike her cousins. Although she does volunteer and attends many royal events and functions, she and her sister, Princess Eugenie, do not receive any compensation from the Crown for fulfilling any of the royal duties.

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Royal Relatives

Queen Elizabeth II

It is no secret that Queen Elizabeth and her granddaughter, Princess Beatrice have a special relationship and are exceptionally close.  Princess Beatrice so often talks about her grandmother, and it’s so clear they have a strong bond. Beatrice has said, “I have two role models in my life, my grandmother being one of them. She is incredibly important and I am lucky that I happen to be related to her”. Rumors have circulated for so many years, stating that Bea is, in fact, Queen Elizabeth’s favorite. This was somewhat evident at Princess Beatrice’s wedding…keep reading to see why?

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Queen Elizabeth II

The Royal Engagement Ring

Princess Beatrice’s wedding defied several conventions, and we’re guessing it all began when she picked out her engagement ring. Many of the royal family’s wedding bands have been made of Welsh gold since about 1923. The 100-year practice was continued by Princesses Kate, Eugine, and Meghan. So, what makes Beatrice unique? Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, her fiance at the time, picked platinum while creating the exquisite bracelet. Regardless of the drama around the engagement ring, it is unquestionably a beautiful ring!

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The Royal Engagement Ring

Who Is Princess Beatrice’s Husband?

Don’t panic if you don’t know who Princess Beatrice’s latest husband is; we’ll tell you what you need to know! Edoardo Alessandro Mapelli Mozzi was born in London, England, and is a British property developer. While he and Princess Beatrice have known each other since childhood, they only started dating in 2018. However, this was not Alessandro’s first engagement; he had previously been engaged to an American architect. Christopher Woolf, their baby, was born to them as a couple.

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Who Is Princess Beatrice’s Husband?

Vintage Gown

In a private wedding outside Windsor Castle, the 31-year-old princess and her fiance tied the knot. They have a relatively low-key event compared to their extravagant reception that was initially planned. Her beautiful wedding gown is an antique gown from her grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, which was altered somewhat but rendered Beatrice appear strikingly royal with a few basic additions. One of the strongest aspects being that the wedding gown received the Queen’s full approval. You have to admit; she looks stunning!

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Vintage Gown

Who Designed The Dress?

All in Princess Beasyreice’s wedding was performed differently from every other royal wedding before it. Rather than hiring the best dressmakers to create a personalized gown for her, Beatrice opted for a retro look. Instead, Norman Hartnell was the designer of the robe she stole from her grandmother. The dress was constructed out of beautiful silk and organza, then lined in elegant satin and encrusted with diamonds.

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Who Designed The Dress?

What Were The Alterations?

Originally, Queen Elizabeth’s stunning gown was constructed of beautiful silk thread. However, when it came to Princess’s major wedding day, the gown had organza puff sleeves attached to the garment, which had previously only had belts. In addition, the skirt’s hemline was also straightened and trimmed with ivory satin, while before, it was more of a puffball theme. Beatrice, without a doubt, looks adorable!

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What Were The Alterations?

Royal Tiara

That wasn’t it, however. Beatrice’s royal wedding tiara was also a gift from her grandma on her big day. The massive, dazzling diamond tiara was the same crown Queen Elizabeth wore on her wedding day to Prince Philip in 1947. Princess Beatrice looks beautifully stunning, and the way she paid homage to her royal ancestors was admirable. Isn’t she one of the luckiest royals you’ve ever met?

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Royal Tiara

Crown Jewels

It is not unusual for members of the royal family to borrow a tiara from the Queen for their wedding day. On the other hand, Princess Beatrice became the first royal bride of this age to wear the same tiara as her grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, when she married the Duke of Edinburgh in 1947. What do you think? Does this give us another reason to believe Beatrice is the favored grandchild?

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Crown Jewels

Bridal Makeup

Princess Beatrice’s royal wedding makeup was designed to highlight her beautiful, new skin and bold eyes. While the royal’s exact makeup and skincare for her wedding day were not announced, she has always discussed all of her fabulous go-to brands for her signature looks. Her Bobbi Brown bronzer and Charlotte Tilbury mascara are among them, and we can only assume she used them on her wedding day. Her entire appearance emphasized her natural elegance, which was ideal for her private summer wedding.

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Bridal Makeup

The Wedding Bouquet

Patrice Van Helden, co-owner of RVH Floral Fashion, designed the beautiful royal wedding bouquet that Beatrice carried at her wedding. RVH has a history of royal weddings, having planned the flowers for Princess Eugenie’s wedding. The wedding bouquet has been a prominent characteristic at all royal bides over the years. Beatrice chose trailing jasmine, pale pink and cream sweet peas, royal porcelain ivory spray flowers, pink O’Hara garden roses, pink waxflower, and baby pink astilbe floral arrangement. The princess broke one of the royal traditions by incorporating color into her bouquet. Previously, several royals would have preferred an all-white bouquet.

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The Wedding Bouquet

The Wedding Venue

The stunning couple married in a secret and private wedding at a unique location. Since deciding to reschedule their engagement, the couple decided to marry at the Royal Lodge’s All Saints Chapel. It’s a stunning location that best suited the pair. A chapel is a far more private setting than what they had expected. Around 20 people (close family) were said to have attended the wedding. All visitors follow the government’s social distancing recommendations.

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Guest of Honor

Princess Beatrice and her Italian fiance, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, had already set a date for their royal wedding on May 29, 2020. However, owing to the latest pandemic and safety considerations, they rescheduled the event for a more suitable time for their special guest of honor, Queen Elizabeth. As a result, Princess Beatrice’s grandmother was present at her wedding, which was very significant.

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Guest of Honor

Thank You To The Royal Supporters

Sarah Ferguson, the bride’s grandma, sent a cute double-sided tag with pink ribbons to a host of loyal fans of the newlyweds after the ceremony. A photograph of the royal couple walking hand in hand across the quaint Royal grounds just moments after they had tied the knot was attached to one side of the note. Edo is dressed immaculately in a three-piece Huntsman morning uniform, while the bride, Beatrice, is dressed to the nines in a bridal gown borrowed from the Queen.

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Thank You To The Royal Supporters

Personal Honorary Gift

A special note has been hand-signed by the bride’s mother on the other side of the commemorative gift. “Thank you very much for your wonderfully loving and positive messages for Beatrice and Edo’s potential happiness,” wrote The Duchess of York. It was a beautiful day, and the sun shone down on them. We were all overjoyed to be able to join them in celebrating their passion for one another. “We are so happy to welcome Edo into our family and thank him for his love and devotion to Beatrice,” she said, adding, “We are so happy to welcome Edo into our family and thank him for his love and devotion to Beatrice.”

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Personal Honoray Gift

Unseen Snapshots

Royal fans were also treated to a second unseen snap of the royal couple, a black-and-white photograph showing Princess Beatrice and Edo gazing into each other’s eyes. Very few guests attended the small ceremony in Windsor, obviously Beatrice’s grandparents, the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh. The intimate wedding followed strict health guidelines and only allowed up to 30 guests to attend.

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Unseen Snapshots

Mrs. Mapelli Mozzi

As members of the Royal British family, the newlyweds were showered with presents from all over the world, and since the wedding was small, family and friends decided to make it extra special. One of the most sentimental gifts Princess Beatrice got was a white silk robe embroidered with “Mrs. Mapelli Mozzi was the recipient of this present, which was designed by the renowned Hand & Lock embroidery house, which also took to Instagram to congratulate the lovely pair on their special day.

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Mrs. Mapelli Mozzi

Royal Family Regel Home

The Queen gifted Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie a £1.5 million home in Surrey in 1997, which was purchased by trustees acting on behalf of the Queen, but the princesses never moved in. Want to know why? Apparently, their mother, Sarah Ferguson, was concerned that her daughters wouldn’t afford it.

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Royal Family Regel Home

Major Renovations

The Georgian mansion is situated on five acres of land with endless lawn space, a tennis court, and not to mention its very own outdoor heated swimming pool, as well as a separate two-bedroom cottage for staff, which was put on the market for £4.2 million in 2016.

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Major Renovations

Traveling To Africa

During an interview with the Financial Times, property developer Edoardo Alessandro Mapelli Mozzi, who married Princess in July 2020, hinted at the couple’s potential travel ambitions, saying, “With time on my side, I will travel.” Africa fascinates me every time I visit: the women, the colors, the natural beauty, and the country’s modesty. “My brother and I spent seven years building a cricket stadium in Kigali, Rwanda, and we get such joy from seeing it used now that it’s completed,” he said, “and we get such joy from seeing it used now that it’s done.” So maybe this will be the newlyweds’ first destination?

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Traveling To Africa

For The Love Of Africa

However, Edoardo is not the only one of the royal family who has a strong attachment to Africa. In 2008, Peter Phillips, another grandchild of the Queen, and his companion, Autumn Kelley, went on an action-packed honeymoon to Africa, with one of their highlights being a stay at Tuningi Safari Lodge in South Africa.

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For The Love Of Africa

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

Another royal couple with whom we are all even more acquainted is Prince William and his beautiful bride, Kate Middleton, who got engaged in Kenya in 2010. According to reports, the lovely couple stayed at the Rutundu Cabin at the foot of Mount Kenya and had a very unique and romantic time together.

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

British Monarchy

Let’s take a closer glance at each of the other royals by looking at the British royal family tree. Many people forget how powerful the British empire really is. In 1917, the House of Windsor as we know it today was built. The first Windsor monarch (King George V) was Queen Elizabeth’s grandfather, and today’s operating royals are all descendants of King George and his wife, Queen Mary.

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British Monarchy

British Royal Family Tree

King George V and Mary of Teck had six children between 1894 and 1905, but one of their children died before reaching adulthood. Following the death of their eldest son, King George V, King Edward VIII inherited the throne until 1937, when he resigned. Following this, King Georg VI, King Edward VII’s younger brother, ascended to the throne for almost 15 years. He and his wife, Queen Elizabeth, had two daughters during this period, Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margret.

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Big, Royal Family

Queen Elizabeth II

Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor, the Duke and Duchess of York’s eldest daughter was born on April 21, 1926. (later King George VI and Queen Elizabeth). Her parents had another daughter, Princess Margaret, four years after she was born. She and her sister did not join their parents on any royal tours during their teenage years because their father believed they were too young to handle those responsibilities.

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Queen Elizabeth II

Marriage

When Elizabeth was 13 years old, she met her future husband, Prince Phillip of Greece and Denmark. They started exchanging emails, and she fell in love with him right away. However, the engagement was only declared in July 1947, when she was 21 years old. On November 20, 1947, the pair married at Westminister Abby and received 2500 wedding presents from all over the country.

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Marriage

Acquiring The Throne

Between 1949 and 1964, the couple had four children: Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward. During this time, Elizabeth took immediate succession to the throne after her father’s death, King George VI, in 1952, when she was just 26 years old. As a result, Queen Elizabeth is the longest-reigning and surviving British queen in history, at 90 years old.

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Acquiring The Throne

Future Heirs

The new royal couple began inviting the heir to the throne not long after their wedding. Prince Charles, Queen Elizabeth’s and Philip’s first child, was born in 1948. Princess Anne, the royal family’s stunning baby daughter, was born just a year later. Both Elizabeth and Phillip decided to wait a decade before having any more children. As a result, the royal couple welcomed another sibling, Prince Andrew, into their family in 1960. Many people assumed The Queen and Charles were having children when The Queen gave birth to another Prince, Edward.

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Future Heirs

Prince Charles

Charles Phillip Arthur George, the oldest child of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip, was conceived in November 1948. Instead of having a private tutor as a child, Charles went to school as had been the royal custom up until then. He earned a Master of Arts degree from Cambridge University at the age of 27. Before this, Charles’ mother had crowned him Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester in an official ceremony.

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Prince Charles

Eligible Bachelor

Charles was a charismatic young man in his prime, with a crowd of young women swarming after him. However, he had many future courtships. However, it was clear that he had his heart fixed on someone else…Charles first met Diana Frances Spencer in 1977 while visiting her home as her elder sister’s companion. However, he never romanticized Diana until the early 1980s, when he seriously considered a future bride. Finally, in February 1981, Prince Charles proposed to Diana for the first time.

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Eligible Bachelor

Wedding Of The Century

About the fact that their marriage had been kept a secret for some time, Diana was ecstatic and inevitably said ‘yes,’ and the two married in St. Paul’s Cathedral in London only a few months apart. The glamorous reception, which was attended by nearly 3500 guests and viewed by 750 million viewers worldwide on television, was dubbed the “wedding of the century.” Diana was made Princess of Wales when she was 20 years old. She then took on a variety of royal responsibilities on behalf of the Queen.

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Wedding Of The Century

Not Like Ordinaryy Royals

The couple made Kensington Palace and Highgrove House their homes. Princess Diana’s pregnancy was confirmed just a few months after Diana and Charles exchanged vows. Their first son, Prince William, was born in 1982, and their second son, Prince Harry, was born in 1984. Princess Diana was well-known for providing her sons with life experiences outside of Buckingham Palace, which was unprecedented for the royal family and went against several protocols. Diana, on the other hand, wanted to defy certain things about her life.

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Not Like Ordinaryy Royals

Marital Difficulties

Unfortunately, just five years into Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s marriage, it was clear that their union was failing. The Queen and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, had held a peace meeting between the two, but it was in vain, and the two eventually split up. Soon after, reports of their marriage problems were made public, shocking many people both within and outside the royal family. In the hopes of many that Diana and Charles would reconcile, they divorced in 1996.

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Marital Difficulties

Prince William

In 1982, William Arthur Phillip Louis was born in London’s St. Mary’s Hospital. He is Charles and Diana’s first and oldest son. He, too, went to private schools and played in various activities, including football, baseball, cycling, and cross-country running. Since leaving Eton College, he took a gap year in Belize to participate in a British Army training exercise. But it didn’t stop there; he went on to volunteer and fly across Africa.

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Prince William

Humanitarian Projects

Following in his dear mother’s footsteps, William started his one public duty after graduation from university. He did, however, devote a significant amount of time to numerous causes, organizations, and charitable efforts around the world. His programs cover a broad range of topics, including mental health issues, reducing global illicit animal trade, and various environmental solutions worldwide.

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Humanitarian Projects

Living The Single Life

Prince Willaim and a slew of girls flock to his feet because of his dashing good looks. However, no one has yet managed to win his heart. Catherine Middleton reportedly attracted William’s eye when they watched a charity fashion show on campus while William was a student at the University of St Andrews. The public closely tracked the couple’s romance from the moment they started dating.

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Living The Single Life

Another Royal Engagement

Many people are unaware that Catherine and William had a brief breakup for a few years before getting back together and then getting engaged while on vacation in Kenya. William gave Catherine an engagement ring that had belonged to his mother, Princess Diana. The wedding was then scheduled to take place in Westminster Abbey, London, in April of the following year.

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Another Royal Engagement

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