Beatrice of York, daughter of Prince Andrew, and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi are planning to marry May 29 at the Royal Chapel of Saint James Palace. But the health crisis linked to the Coronavirus epidemic may well cancel everything.
Fate would play tricks on Beatrice of York. The granddaughter of Elizabeth II is about to marry his companion Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in a few weeks. The date is set for May 29 and will take place in the private chapel of the Saint James Palace. A happy event that nevertheless makes future spouses see all the colors. It must be said that some time after having officially announced their engagement, the couple had to face several hiccups. The Epstein case, in which Prince Andrew is involved, had already forced Beatrice and Edoardo to postpone their party in honor of the event. This time, it seems that it is the marriage which is directly threatened and the father of the future bride it’s not for nothing.
The marriage canceled?
The family and relatives of Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, originally from Italy, could be banned from traveling due to Coronavirus announces Daily Mail. The inhabitants of the country of the boot have for several days been forced to containment. And it is out of the question for the future groom to live one of the happiest days of his life without having his own by his side. For the moment, no postponement is planned but if the sanitary measures taken for stem the progression of Coronavirus Were to spread all over Europe and continue in the coming months, the Edoardo clan would not be able to attend the royal wedding. This would force the couple to postpone the date of the ceremony. We cross our fingers for them…