“Sienna is a little rock star!” Princess Beatrice writes personal notes to thank royal fans
“Sienna is a little rock star!” Princess Beatrice writes personal notes to thank royal fans for the congratulations after her daughter’s ‘remarkable and special’ birth
- Princess Beatrice, 33, wrote a personal thank you note to royal fans after the birth
- The mother of one wrote in a letter that her daughter Sienna was ‘a little rock star’
- The Queen’s granddaughter gave birth to her first child in September 2021
- The baby was born at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, weighing 6lbs 2oz
Princess Beatrice has called her daughter “a little rock star” in a handwritten thank you note sent to benefactors.
The monarch’s granddaughter, 33, gave birth to her first daughter Sienna in September 2021 with husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.
Yesterday, royal fan account @life.of.a.duchess shared a photo of a thank you card sent by Beatrice to benefactors who had written her congratulating her on the birth of her first child.
In the handwritten note, she wrote: “Thank you so much for thinking of us at this remarkable and special time.
Princess Beatrice, 33, has called her daughter ‘a little rock star’ in a handwritten thank you note sent to benefactors
“We are so grateful to have welcomed this little person into our family. She’s a little rock star!’
Meanwhile, she signed the note from: ‘Beatrice, Edo, Wolfie and Sienna’
On the front of the card was an imprint of her daughter’s feet.
The thank you note was revealed shortly after the family returned to the UK after a trip to Verbier.
In the note, shared online by a royal fan account yesterday, the queen’s granddaughter said it had been “a remarkable and special time.”
During the holidays, Princess Beatrice renounced the royal privilege of hopping on a bus with her young family to escape a snow storm.
The down-to-earth royal decided to use public transport after she and her young family were caught in a snowstorm after lunch at the luxury ski resort of Verbier.
Accompanied by her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, their daughter Sienna and son Christopher Wolfe, known as ‘Wolfie’, Beatrice ran for the number 1 bus to get to the ski chalet where they are the guest of Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York.
Beatrice and her loved ones got off the free ‘navette’ ski bus to the top of the mountain after a journey of two miles and ten minutes.
Beatrice married Edo in September 2020 and the couple welcomed their first child, a daughter named Sienna, in September 2021
The princess declined an offer of a lift from the bus stop to the chalet from a fellow skier who offered to help after seeing the family struggle.
The royals then marched up the mountain through the snow to their £17million chalet with fantastic views over the Bagnes Valley.
Previously, Beatrice was spotted beckoning her real estate-building husband Edo to return to a cafe where he appeared to be paying for their lunch. It is known that the royal family does not carry any cash.
Meanwhile, her sister Princess Eugenie, 31, went skiing with her husband Jack Brooksbank. The Duchess of York avoided the blizzard and stayed inside.
The thank you note was unveiled shortly after the family returned to the UK after a trip to Verbier (pictured, Edo and Beatrice in December)
Beatrice married Edo in September 2020 and the couple welcomed their first child, a daughter named Sienna, in September 2021.
The Queen’s granddaughter gave birth to a 6lb 2oz girl at 11:42pm on Saturday 18th September at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in London.
The girl was born 11th in line to the throne, and although their mother is a princess, they will simply be Miss Mozzi – and a half-brother and half-brother to Edo’s son, Wolfie.