The Royal Family has published photos of the wedding of Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, who were married in Royal Lodge, Windsor, on Friday at The Royal Chapel of All Saints.
Princess Beatrice wore a vintage dress her grandmother Queen Elizabeth II loaned to her, Buckingham Palace said on Saturday.
The British queen, who was 94, and her husband Prince Philip, 99, attended with the bride and groom’s parents and siblings.
At the ceremony the palace said guidelines were followed to stop the spread of COVID-19. Music was played but no hymns and no singing took place-not even during the national anthem, God Save the Queen.
Beatrice, 31, wore Norman Hartnell’s antique ivory taffeta top, and a diamond tiara worn by the queen on her own wedding day in 1947. The groom, 36, wore a suit for the morning.
Beatrice, Prince Andrew’s daughter and his former wife, Sarah Ferguson, had originally agreed to marry Mapelli Mozzi in the Royal Chapel at St. James’s Palace on May 29. Owing to the pandemic, the Ceremony was postponed.