Palace Confirms Prince Andrew is Walking Princess Beatrice Down the Aisle at Her May 29 Wedding

by Jeremy Spirogis
Prince Andrew and Princess Beatrice

It’s going to be a spring marriage ceremony
for Princess Beatrice!

Clearly Queen Elizabeth isn’t too
worried about superstition
as soon as once more as she’s agreed to host Princess Beatrice’s
marriage ceremony through the month of May, which generally isn’t executed as a result of it’s
thought-about unhealthy luck. Another notable exception was when Prince Harry and
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex tied
the knot
on May 19, 2018.

The Palace simply confirmed (via
Daily Mail
) that Princess Beatrice and Edoardo
Mapelli Mozzi will
have fun their nuptial ceremony on May 29, 2020 at The Chapel Royal in St. James’s
Palace. The queen will then host the reception at Buckingham Palace.

And since royal followers have been
asking — sure, Prince Andrew will probably be strolling his daughter down the aisle.

Prince Andrew and Princess Beatrice
Prince Andrew, Duke of York stands with Princess Beatrice | Anwar Hussein/WireImage

Royal followers have been eagerly
awaiting Princess Beatrice marriage ceremony information

Princess Beatrice introduced her engagement
final fall and ever since, the royal household has been tormented by a number of
scandals. Beatrice didn’t do something fallacious. But her pleased information has been
overshadowed by her father Prince Andrew’s involvement with convicted
sex offender Jeffrey Epstein
, plus Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex’s
abrupt departure from the royal household.

The Palace confirmed not too long ago that the reception can be held at Buckingham Palace which hasn’t occurred for a royal marriage ceremony since Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge’s reception in 2011. This transfer appeared to ship a powerful message that Princess Beatrice is poised to carry a extra essential position within the royal household sooner or later.

Prince Andrew is strolling Princess
Beatrice down the aisle

Typically, royal marriage ceremony element
bulletins don’t embrace minor particulars resembling who’s strolling the bride down
the aisle. But there’s nothing typical about Princess Beatrice’s marriage ceremony.

The Duke of York not too long ago resigned from his place as a senior working royal after giving an interview that was deemed one of many worst PR disasters in current historical past. Prince Andrew agreed to the interview — allegedly in opposition to the recommendation of his workers — to clear his title of any involvement within the Jeffrey Epstein scandal. Instead, the awkward dialog left the queen’s son wanting guiltier than ever and never even barely remorseful.

The fallout from the interview and Prince Andrew’s resignation has known as into query what is going to occur when Princess Beatrice will get married, with some royal followers speculating he wouldn’t even be invited to the occasion.

Now the newest announcement proves that the Duke of York will nonetheless play a significant position within the ceremony.

Queen Elizabeth has excessive hopes for
Princess Beatrice’s marriage ceremony

Princess Eugenie, Queen Elizabeth, and Princess BeatricePrincess Eugenie, Queen Elizabeth, and Princess Beatrice
Princess Eugenie, Queen Elizabeth, and Princess Beatrice | Karwai Tang/WireImage

After months of scandals and detrimental
press, Her Majesty is hoping Princess Beatrice’s marriage ceremony will lastly flip the
tide on the present course of the royal household. But is together with Prince
Andrew a good suggestion to make that occur?

Public mistrust of Prince Andrew
is at an all-time excessive and the queen has been criticized for nonetheless associating
with Andrew in public
. Still, it could be an excessive transfer asking him to
skip his personal daughter’s marriage ceremony.

If the queen needs individuals to overlook all of the drama of the previous, a royal marriage ceremony is the right technique to do it. The solely potential flaw in her plan is anticipating U.Okay. residents to forgive her son as shortly as she did.

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