According to the Daily Mail, Queen Elizabeth II has offered her granddaughter the opportunity to use Buckingham Palace. The last wedding celebration at the iconic venue was in 2011 when Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge married Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge. A friend of Beatrice revealed: “Bea was delighted and very grateful to accept.
“It was a really special gesture.”
Beatrice’s younger sister Princess Eugenie was married in Windsor at St George’s Chapel with a reception at the castle.
The wedding of Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi is expected be held in Central London but with no location yet finalised.
The Chapel Royal or Queen’s Chapel are thought to be too small.
The Queen has offered Buckingham Palace for Beatice's wedding reception (Image: GETTY)
Buckingham Palace was last used for a royal wedding in 2011 (Image: GETTY)
The couple were spotted at the wedding of Dasha Zhukov and Stavros Niarchos last month.
Alan Dessy, CEO of The Dessy Group, has previously speculated that Beatrice is more likely to have “a bigger wedding than her sister”.
Eugenie could be maid of honour.
Mr Dessy continued: “Royal fans were overjoyed when Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi announced to the world that they were getting married on September 26, 2019.
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