It's safe to say that Princess Beatrice and Edo Mapelli Mozzi, who are thought to be honeymooning in France right now, had the most beautiful wedding pictures – and today we're bringing you a brand new one to pore over. Hurrah!
You'll likely already be familiar with the image of the happy couple emerging from the
Royal Chapel of All Saints at the Royal Lodge in Windsor, where Beatrice had been quarantined with some of her close family members (including her father, Prince Andrew), with a gorgeous arch of flowers surrounding the doorway.
Now, said company responsible for the beautiful floral arrangement, Rob Van Helden Floral Design, have shared a new image of the nuptials on their Instagram account – showing Beatrice and Edo leaving the church from a slightly different angle. This time, another member of the wedding party can also be seen in the background wearing a similar suit to the groom too.
Naturally the newlyweds look just as glowing and overjoyed in this new picture (taken by Benjamin Wheeler) as they do in all the others that have been shared with the general public so far.
RVH Floral Design captioned the image: "What a week....!!! Thank you SO, SO MUCH for all your most kind messages.... SO grateful for the honour and privilege to have been part of the wedding of Her Royal Highness, Princess Beatrice of York and Mr. Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. Wishing them a life filled with love and happiness. Lots of love, Patrice and Rob."
The picture was edited to include a message from the company, thanking everybody for the positive reaction to their work. Ever the gentlemen, Edo (who recently posted a super romantic poetic tribute to his royal wife) also commented on the post with thanks and love heart emojis: "🙏🏻 ❤️ "
Along with the breathtaking arch outside the chapel, Beatrice's bouquet, also created by RVH Floral Design, contained specially selected flowers that held a significance for the princess too. One being myrtle, which is a long-held tradition for royal brides; it's thought to represent love, fertility and innocence, and was first used in the wedding bouquet of Victoria, Princess Royal, the daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
Congratulations again to Beatrice and Edo!
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