First-Ever Stepmom! Princess Beatrice Is Set To Become The First Princess In The Queen's Family To Take On A Stepchild

Date September 27, 2019

Princess Beatrice "followed" in his cousin Prince Harry's footsteps and fell for a divorcee, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. It is believed the two were friends before they began to have hots for each other.

Besides, the property tycoon is also a father-of-one, implying the Princess of York is about to become a stepmother to her future husband's son.

On September 26, Beatrice and Edoardo announced they are engaged, and the royal wedding is to be in 2020. He proposed to her in a very romantic place in Italy while having a getaway there last weekend.

The 31-year-old is about to change the entire history of the British monarchy. According to Daily Mail, Princess Beatrice is set to become the first-ever Princess, who marries a man with children and takes on a stepchild.

Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi shares a son, two-year-old Christopher 'Wolfie' Woolf, with his former fiancée of three-and-a-half years, Dara Huang. So, yes, the Princess of York is to become a stepmom!

The only other step-parent in the Queen's immediate family is Prince Charles, who became stepfather to Camilla's son Tom and daughter Laura when they got married in 2005.

Interestingly, Princess Beatrice's ex-boyfriend Dave Clark is also married. The two were dating for a decade but called it quits in 2016. Reportedly, she wanted to be committed, but he wasn't ready. Nonetheless, a year after the separation, he got engaged and in 2018, tied the knot with his now-wife.

We hope everything will work well for Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. They do deserve happiness!