Princess Beatrice’s private wedding : Sarah Ferguson the comforts

This may 29, 2020 would have had to see the wedding of princess Beatrice and her boyfriend Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. The eldest daughter of prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson had intended to unite with his Italian in London, at St James ‘ palace, before celebrating this union at a reception organised by the queen Elizabeth in gardens of Buckingham. In the month of April, in the face of the pandemic coronavirus, the couple took the difficult decision to postpone the festivities to a date yet unknown.

This Friday, Sarah Ferguson has, nevertheless, marked the non-event. Particularly active on social networks, the British 60-year-old sent a tender message to his daughter on Instagram : “I love you, my dear Beatrice. You have given me more joy than I could wish to have. I am so excited to celebrate your love with Edo when we will all be déconfinés, she said. The most important thing is health and love, and today, this is what I wish you, to you and all the other people who had to get married in this period… So proud of you all.”

Although separated for many years, Sarah Ferguson and prince Andrew are confined together at the Royal Lodge in Windsor since mid-march, with their younger daughter Eugenie and her husband, Jack Brooksbank. Princess Beatrice and her boyfriend will be installed in the country, in the luxury residence that has the mother of Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi near Chipping Norton. Since the announcement of her engagement in September 2019, Beatrice of York has made no comment on the preparations for his marriage, yet jostled by a variety of counter-time : the scandal around his father and his alleged sexual assault on a minor, the departure with a crash of prince Harry and Meghan Markle for the California, then the coronavirus…

His dyslexia, a disorder that become an asset

On 23 may, the British 31-year-old came out of his silence for a cause that is dear to his heart, the dyslexia. The time of an interview in collaboration with the organization Made-by Dyslexia, the princess confided about her childhood marked by the learning disability and difficulties at school : “I think that at this stage, these moments of doubt come to mind : I am not good enough, I’m not smart enough, why is it that I am not like the other ? When you are in the class, these moments are very crucial.”

Finally, after having completed a education almost the ordinary, Beatrice of York, who is now vice-president in the software company Afiniti : “I’ve been able to find a job based on my skills of communicating, not just sitting behind a desk. Many of my colleagues are also dyslexic because we work in a technology company where it is necessary to always look at things from a different point of view.”