From Harper’s BAZAAR

Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi’s wedding portraits have given fans a glimpse of one of the most private royal events in recent history. And according to a source, the nuptials were even more magical than we could’ve imagine.

According to Town & Country, a source revealed that Beatrice’s wedding had a “secret garden” theme, and that the ceremony was followed by a “small reception.”

The publication also reported that, per a source, “fewer than 20 people were invited to the event,” which was “planned for some time… around the queen’s schedule.” While the queen left early to bestow a knighthood upon 100-year-old veteran Captain Tom Moore at Windsor Castle, it’s being reported that a small group of guests had a sit-down meal at the home of Beatrice’s parents following the wedding ceremony.

According to The Sun, a source revealed, “They partied inside a pub-themed marquee… in the back garden of Royal Lodge.” The source alleged, “It was totally relaxed. There was a bit of dancing into the early hours with the jukebox blazing away.”

Meanwhile, Hello! magazine reported that guests stayed in glamping pods on the Royal Lodge estate following the low-key celebration. Despite being a very small royal wedding, Beatrice and Mapelli Mozzi’s nuptials sound positively idyllic.

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