Princess Beatrice looked every inch the proud mom over the weekend after daughter Sienna was asked to be the flower girl at a family wedding.
The royal, 34, looked effortlessly chic in a blush pink button-down dress by Emilia Wickstead, which she wore to Wimbledon two weeks ago, to attend the nuptials of Phoebe Williams-Ellis, 29, and Raoul de Lantsheere in Cumbria.
According to the editor of the Daily Mail newspaper, Richard Eden, the 22-month-old daughter of Beatrice and Edoardo Mozzi Mapelli was asked to be the flower girl for the happy couple.
Meanwhile, Edo’s seven-year-old son Wolfie, whom he shares with his ex-fiancée Dara Huang, is said to have played the role of a page during the ceremony.
While Sienna arrived at the church with her parents, Wolfie, who was wearing braces, stayed with the other jerks before joining them later.
Pictured: Princess Beatrice, 34, attending the wedding of Phoebe Williams-Ellis, 29, and Raoul de Lantsheere in Cumbria over the weekend.
The young man is said to have arrived for the ceremony at St Oswald’s Church in Kirkoswald, Cumbria, on a tractor.
The bride, who works as a set designer, costume designer, and production designer, is the stepdaughter of Edo’s mother, Nicola Diana Williams-Ellis.
Despite the wet weather, Phoebe appeared in high spirits when she arrived at the church with her father David Williams-Ellis, who sheltered her from the rain with a large blue umbrella.
Phoebe styled her hair in a half up, half down style and looked elegant in a floor length white dress with sheer sleeves and chunky heels.
During the traditional church ceremony, the bride was given away by her father.
Dressed in a morning coat, David is one of the world’s foremost figurative sculptors.
He was commissioned by the Normandy Memorial Trust to create the D-Day sculpture in 2019.
In 2020, Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi asked their three-year-old son to be best man at their intimate Windsor wedding.
Pictured: Bride Phoebe Williams-Ellis appeared in high spirits as she arrived at the church with her father David.
Pictured: Princess Beatrice wore the same button-up blush pink gown at Wimbledon earlier this month.
The mother of Princess Beatrice’s stepson wowed her followers last month by sharing a clip of Wolfie Mapelli Mozzi working on a painting.
Ahead of their wedding, a spokesperson told Richard Eden of the Daily Mail: “I can confirm that Wolfie will be best man.”
Wolfie was the youngest person to have played a role in a royal wedding in British history.
As a result of Covid restrictions, the wedding, originally scheduled for May 29, took place on July 17 with only close family in attendance.
And they swapped the prestigious Chapel Royal at St James’s Palace, the original location, for the All Saints Chapel Royal, in the grounds of his family’s childhood home, Royal Lodge, in Windsor Great Park.
The ceremony was attended by around 20 guests, including the late Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh, as well as parents and siblings.
Princess Beatrice married Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi on July 17, 2020 at the Royal Lodge in Windsor in a socially distanced ceremony attended by her immediate family.
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip with Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi outside the Royal Chapel of All Saints at the Royal Lodge, Windsor, after their wedding.
For her big day, Beatrice wore a vintage Norman Hartnell gown, on loan from her late grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, who first wore the gown to a state dinner in Rome in 1961.
The gown was made of ivory-hued Peau De Soie taffeta, complete with puffed organza sleeves, which had been added for Beatrice.
It was beautifully finished with intricate diamond embellishments on the bodice.
The gown had been refashioned by Her Late Majesty’s dressmaker, Angela Kelly, and royal dress designer, Stewart Parvin.
The accessories were also recycled. The princess topped off her ensemble with the Queen Mary diamond fringed tiara, which Queen Elizabeth had worn to marry Prince Philip on November 20, 1947.
Wolfie’s mother, elegant architect Dara Huang, could be heard cheering on her son in the video.
Earlier this year, former Edo Mapelli Mozzi architect Dara Huang shared a video of her son Wolfie painting while she called him “baby Picasso.”
The video showed the boy adding black lines and a splash of blue paint to two canvases lined with black and gray lines signed “Wolfie.”
Princess Beatrice’s stepson completed the painting for a charity project, and his mother proudly named him ‘Baby Picasso’.
Wolfie has been enjoying life away from the royal spotlight and usually stays away from royal events aside from family occasions.