Famed nutritionist Gabriela Peacock has celebrated close friend Princess Beatrice’s baby news – insisting that the expectant mother is “ great with kids. ”
Mother of three Gabriela, 41, founder of GP Nutrition, counts the Queen’s granddaughter, 32, in her inner circle, who helped prepare Beatrice, her sister Princess Eugenie and their cousin Prince Harry for their weddings.
Speak against Hey!, the Czech-born former model, who spent lockdown in a 17th-century Oxfordshire mansion, revealed how the ‘dynamic’ of the royal family and her husband Edo Mapelli Mozzi has changed since their big day on July 17 last year – with the couple a ‘real family’.
Beatrice, who is godmother to Gabriel’s daughter Iris, four, announced earlier this month that she is expecting her first baby with Edo in the fall of 2021.
Famed nutritionist Gabriela Peacock has celebrated close friend Princess Beatrice’s baby news – insisting that the expectant mother (pictured with husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi) is ‘great with kids’
Mother of three Gabriela, 41, founder of GP Nutrition, counts the Queen’s granddaughter, 32, in her inner circle, who helped prepare Beatrice, her sister Princess Eugenie and their cousin Prince Harry for their weddings. In the photo, Gabriela is elegant in black and silver at a charity event in London in 2019
Edo already has a five-year-old son, Christopher Woolf, known as Wolfie, with ex-fiancé Dara Huang.
Commenting on the news, the nutritionist said, ‘I couldn’t be happier for them, it’s so exciting. They are both great with children and it will be so nice for Wolfie to have a brother or sister.
‘They are so happy together and now they are finally married. It’s funny how that changes the dynamics. Even though they used to be great together, now they are a real family. ‘
Gabriela and her husband, fund manager David, who are the parents of Maia, ten and four-year-old twins Iris and Caspar, were scheduled to attend Beatrice and Edo’s wedding last year, but the event had to be scaled back due to Covid’s restrictions. .
The couple were guests at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle for both Princess Eugenie and Prince Harry’s weddings in 2018.
The nutritionist reportedly assisted Eugenie prior to her 2018 wedding. In the photo Gabriela, Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank at an event in 2016
Beatrice and Edo enjoyed a slimmed-down wedding at the Royal Chapel of All Saints in Royal Lodge, Windsor on July 17.
The details of the ceremony were not made public in advance, and the couple were originally scheduled to marry at the Chapel Royal, followed by a reception in the Buckingham Palace gardens – but their wedding was postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Beatrice’s father, the Duke of York, walked her down the aisle, but he did not appear in the photos released by Buckingham Palace. The wedding was also attended by the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh.
“I think she did it in such an incredible way – it was just right at the time,” said Gabriela. Bea wanted to get married and she married the man she loved.
They were thoughtful of the rest of the land that was being imprisoned. It’s just great. I am so happy for her. ‘
Beatrice is godmother to Gabriela’s daughter Iris, four. Gabriela previously shared this playful photo of Beatrice holding Iris on her Instagram account
Gabriela and her husband David were guests at the weddings of Princess Eugenie and the Duke and Duchess of Sussexes in 2018. In the photo Gabriela and David arrive with James Blunt and his wife Sophia at Harry and Meghan’s wedding
Gabriela spoke before the publication about her new book 2 Weeks to Feeling Great, and about her retreat in Oxfordshire after being locked outside her home in Notting Hill, London.
The nutritionist has an excellent track record of working with royals and has reportedly helped Prince Harry and Princess Eugenie ahead of their 2018 weddings.
She also counts Ellie Goulding, Millie Mackintosh and close friend James Blunt among her clients.
Meanwhile, Beatrice’s baby will be Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson’s second grandchild and the queen’s twelfth great-grandchild following the arrival of Prince Harry’s second child and Meghan’s Markle in the summer.
The princess’s baby boy or girl will be born 11th in line to the throne, but although their mother is a princess, he or she will not have a royal title.
Only grandchildren of the monarch through the male line are automatically entitled to the styling of HRH. This means that he or she will simply be Master or Miss Mapelli Mozzi.
The queen could grant a title to her great-grandchild if desired, but it is unlikely to be asked.