PRINCESS Beatrice is the daughter of Prince Andrew, and is one of the Queen's grandchildren along with cousins Princes Harry and William.
The socialite finally tied the knot with Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi on July 17, 2020, after coronavirus ruined their original plans for a May wedding.
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How old is Princess Beatrice?
Beatrice was born on August 8, 1988, which makes her 32 years old.
She is the daughter of Prince Andrew, Duke of York and Sarah, Duchess of York.
She is the elder sister of Eugenie and is currently ninth in line to the throne, but she will be tenth when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's second child is born.
Beatrice is the niece of heir to the throne, Prince Charles, granddaughter of the Queen, and the cousin of Princes William and Harry.
What does she do for a living?
Beatrice is Vice President of Partnerships and Strategy at New York-based technology company Afiniti.
According to the company's website, she's responsible for the "management of the strategic Afiniti partnerships" as well as company growth through "unique initiatives and client development".
She began her career as a research analyst at a boutique private wealth firm.
Beatrice is also co-founder of non-profit organisation Big Change, which helps young people from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Beatrice received a 2:1 BA degree in History and History of Ideas from Goldsmiths, University of London, in 2011.
What's Princess Beatrice's net worth?
According to Insider, Princess Eugenie is worth an estimated £3.3 million ($4.6 million).
The wealth is said to come from royal trust funds, as well as accounts her mother and father, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, set up following their divorce in 1996.
Prince Andrew’s website says he "supports both of his daughters financially from his private income".
The princess also works full-time, however her financial situation may have changed following her recent marriage to multi-millionaire Edo.
Who is Beatrice's husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi?
Princess Beatrice’s husband is a multi-millionaire property developer.
The 38-year-old founded his property consultancy Banda, or “big shed” in Swahili, in 2007.
Mozzi specialises in discreetly finding and developing multi-million pound homes for rich clients.
He is divorced and has son, born in 2016, named Christopher and known as Wolfie.
A cricket and opera lover, Mozzi is the stepson of ex-PM David Cameron’s late pal, Christopher Shale, who died of natural causes at Glastonbury festival in 2011.
The pair reportedly met in September, 2018, about a month before Bea’s sister Princess Eugenie got married on October 12 to Jack Brooksbank.
They announced their engagement on September 26, 2019 – a year after meeting.
The pair tied the knot on July 17, 2020, in All Saints Chapel, Windsor Great Park, after Covid-19 scuppered their original plans.
The marriage was kept a secret, and was a private affair with only 20 guests.
Originally, they planned to marry in May in front of 150 guests at the Chapel Royal, at St James's Palace, in London.
Who was Beatrice's long-term ex-boyfriend?
Her ex-boyfriend is Virgin Galactic businessman David Clark.
The couple were together for 10 years but they broke up in 2016.
Dave got engaged to Lynn Anderson in May 2017, before they tied the knot on July 9, 2018.
Beatrice says that she and Dave are on good terms and have always been friendly since the split.
And this explains why Beatrice and Eugenie are princesses, and some of their cousins don't have titles.
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