Princess Beatrice and Edo Mapelli Mozzi Went "Glamping" During Their Late-Night After-Party
The couple invited about 30 guests to the outdoor post-nuptial event.
Princess Beatrice and Edo Mapelli Mozzi officially tied the knot in front of an intimate group of guests at The Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor Great Park on July 17. While the couple had to downsize their ceremony guest list to 20 loved ones after the COVID-19 outbreak prevented larger get-togethers, the bride and groom were able to welcome a few more people to their after-party, People reports.
The couple and about 30 guests drove to an outdoor location outside of the Royal Lodge, where Princess Beatrice's parents live, to continue the festivities. "A few more people were there than the wedding, but it was still very small and intimate. It was all outdoors and under a tent with the same matching floral design and theme as the wedding," a source told the outlet.
The after-party was complete with toasts and some of the pair's favorite music. Since the United Kingdom has banned live entertainment at events in the midst of the novel coronavirus pandemic, the newlyweds simply streamed tunes from a phone attached to speakers during the outdoor event. The gathering's most notable detail? Princess Beatrice, Edo, and their guests actually stayed in "glamping" pods overnight, which allowed them to party well into the evening.
As the couple continues to celebrate this special time, their family members have been vocal about their support—notably the bride's mother. "Happiness cannot be traveled to, earned, worn or consumed. Happiness is the spiritual experience of living every minute with love, grace and gratitude," Sarah Feguson wrote on Instagram, quoting author Denis Waitley. She added, "Never has a mother been more proud than the wedding of Eugenie and Jack, and again with my Beatrice's loving wedding to Dear Edo. I am so lucky with my girls, and now the best sons-in-law."