Princess Beatrice attends a book launch event with her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi

Princess Beatrice cuts a smart figure as she attends the book launch event with husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi – two months after welcoming daughter Sienna










Princess Beatrice cut a smart figure when she attended a book launch event with her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi at London’s Pavilion Club on Tuesday.

The Royal, 33, and her property developer husband, 38, who welcomed their daughter Sienna Elizabeth in September, showed their support at the dinner hosted by Gabriela Peacock to celebrate her book, 2 Weeks To Feeling Great.

The Queen’s granddaughter wore a black dress with a peplum hem, paired with a sleek blouse and matching scarf.

Happy couple: Princess Beatrice cut a smart figure as she attended a book launch event with her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi at London's Pavilion Club on Tuesday

Happy couple: Princess Beatrice cut a smart figure as she attended a book launch event with her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi at London’s Pavilion Club on Tuesday

She completed the elegant look with black tights and leather boots.

Edoardo looked nice in a gray suit and white shirt as he hugged his wife.

The couple joined celebrities including Yasmin and Simon Le Bon and Joan Collins and husband Percy.

Beatrice has been spotted on a handful of occasions since she welcomed her first child Sienna with her husband in September.

Excursion: The Royal, 33, and her property developer husband, 38, who welcomed their daughter Sienna Elizabeth in September, showed their support at the dinner hosted by Gabriela Peacock to celebrate her book, 2 Weeks To Feeling Great

Excursion: The Royal, 33, and her property developer husband, 38, who welcomed their daughter Sienna Elizabeth in September, showed their support at the dinner hosted by Gabriela Peacock to celebrate her book, 2 Weeks To Feeling Great

Night in the City: The Queen's Granddaughter wore a black dress with a peplum hem, paired with a sleek blouse and matching scarf

Night in the City: The Queen’s Granddaughter wore a black dress with a peplum hem, paired with a sleek blouse and matching scarf

Last month, Beatrice looked stunning as she attended Prince Philippo’s wedding with her husband, where she recycled a Gucci dress she wore in 2018.

Beatrice gave birth to a baby girl who weighed 6 lbs 2oz at. 23.42 on Saturday 18 September at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in London.

The couple posted a picture of the newborn’s footsteps while announcing that they had decided to call her Sienna Elizabeth in a touching tribute to the Queen.

Edo married Princess Beatrice in a private ceremony in Windsor on July 17, 2020.

Support: Beatrice looked happy as she supported Gabriela at the event

Support: Beatrice looked happy as she supported Gabriela at the event

Edo also shares a son, Christopher, whose nickname is Wolfie, with his former partner Dara Huang.

Sienna is the second grandchild of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson and will be the Queen’s eleventh great-grandchild.

Beatrice, ninth in line to the throne, is the only princess in the British royal family to marry someone with children and take on a stepchild.

The Queen’s granddaughter described her role as stepmother to Edo’s son Wolfie and called him her ‘bonus son’ during an interview with author Giovanna Fletcher for Hello!’S Back to School digital edition.

Glow: Beatrice looked amazing as she posed in front of a flowered wall

Glow: Beatrice looked amazing as she posed in front of a flowered wall

Announcement: Princess Beatrice's husband Edo announced the birth of their little daughter in September (the photo, the photo he shared on Instagram)

Announcement: Princess Beatrice’s husband Edo announced the birth of their little daughter in September (the photo, the photo he shared on Instagram)

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