Princess Beatrice's wedding: will Prince Philip be there?

One month before his 99th birthday, Prince Philip will indeed be present at the wedding of his granddaughter, Princess Beatrice. A royal commentator said, however, that he will attend only if his health permits.

He wouldn't miss it for anything in the world! If Prince Philip is subject to some health problems, he will assist "without a doubt"at the wedding of Princess Beatrice. The fifth granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II will marry real estate developer Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in the Royal Chapel of St. James Palace in a few months. Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams has assured the British site, Express than Prince Philip would not want to miss the marriage of Beatrice after attending that of his sister, Princess Eugenie in October 2018 : "The Duke of Édimboug, who will be 99 years old in June, will no doubt attend the wedding if his health permits, as he did for Eugenie, despite his retirement."

Indeed, at 98, Prince Philip is fragile. During the Christmas period, he was hospitalized as a precaution after having fought against an influenza state for several weeks and suffered a "bad fall". Since his hip replacement operation in April 2018, the Duke of Edinburgh has been rather discreet. He spends most of his time in Sandringham and is rarer at family gatherings in public. Her last appearance was the wedding of Lady Gabriella Windsor at St. George's Chapel in May 2019. Admirers of the prince can then find him with pleasure on the occasion of a new royal wedding in 2020.

Details of Princess Beatrice's wedding

Princess Beatrice and her companion, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi will say 'yes' on May 29, 2020. Last week, it was announced that the Queen offered to host her granddaughter's wedding reception at Buckingham Palace to "up the morafollowing scandals surrounding her father, Prince Andrew. A friend of the Duchess of York then entrusted to the British site Daily Mail : "Bea was delighted and very grateful. It was a truly special gesture, as it will be the first wedding celebration at Buckingham Palace since William and Kate in 2011."

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