Wednesday, 25 Nov 2020

Sarah Ferguson shares special moment from Beatrice’s wedding with another unseen picture

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Princess Beatrice, 32, and Edoardo, 37, known as Edo, tied the knot during a private ceremony earlier the summer. The surprise wedding took place at The Royal Chapel of All Saints, Royal Lodge on July 17, after the initial date of May 29 was rescheduled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Very few details of the secret marriage have emerged, however, the Duchess of York has given a glimpse into the special day with a heartfelt note to royal well-wishers.

The mother of the bride sent a cute doubled-sided tag with pink ribbons to a number of royal supporters of the newlyweds.

Attached to one-side of the note is a natural picture of the royal couple walking hand-in-hand through the picturesque grounds of Royal Lodge just moments after saying their nuptials.

Edo, wearing his immaculate three-piece Huntsman morning suit, can be seen leading Beatrice, who looks stunning in her bridal gown borrowed from the Queen, through the scenic green fields.

One the other side of the commemorative gift is a personal message which has been hand signed Fergie.

The Duchess of York wrote: “Thank you so much for your amazingly caring and supportive messages for Beatrice and Edo’s future happiness.

“It was a glorious day; the sun smiled down upon them.

“We were all delighted to be able to come together and celebrate their love for one another.

“Beatrice looked stunning and Edo handsome—their love shone through.”

She added: “We are so happy to welcome Edo into our family and thank him for his love and devotion to Beatrice.”

Royal fans were also treated to a second snap of the royal couple, a black-and-white photograph shows Beatrice and Edo gazing into one another’s eyes while walking hand-in-hand.

The small ceremony in Windsor was attended by the Queen, 94, and the Duke of Edinburgh, 99, along with other close relatives.

The wedding followed strict coronavirus guidelines and took place when up to 30 guests could attend – with official photographs showing social distancing being observed.

During the short ceremony there was no hymns sung in line with Government rules.

At the service, it is understood Fergie and the groom’s mother read out two of the couples favourite poems, Sonnet 116 by William Shakespeare and “I Carry Your Heart with Me” by American poet E.E. Cummings.

Moments after the wedding ceremony, Beatrice’s grandmother the Queen, conducted her first official in-person engagement since lockdown.

The Monarch gave Captain Tom Moore his knighthood during a short investiture ceremony in the ground of Windsor Castle.

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The 100-year-old veteran raised more than £32million for NHS charities by completing 100 laps of his garden in Marston Moretaine, Bedfordshire.

After the investiture, the Queen told the veteran fundraiser: “My granddaughter got married this morning.

“Both Philip and I managed to get there – very nice.”

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