Princess Beatrice's new husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, has shared a stunning and previously unseen photograph from their wedding day last Friday (17 July) on Instagram.
In the beautiful photo, taken in the grounds of Royal Lodge, Windsor, where the couple tied the knot in small private ceremony, we see Beatrice and Edoardo holding hands as they pose in the shade of a tree.
Edoado, 37, also included a further two wedding pictures in his post, both taken by photographer Benjamin Wheeler and previously shared on the official @TheRoyalFamily Instagram account last weekend.
The second photo from Edo's post shows Beatrice looking gorgeous in her vintage gown, as she smiles out into the distance while her beaming husband looks adoringly down at her. The third snap shows the happy couple walking hand-in-hand in the sunshine, following their marriage ceremony.
In the accompanying caption, Edoardo paid a romantic tribute to his new bride by sharing the full words of a love poem by E. E. Cummings, entitled 'I Carry Your Heart'.
The beautiful poem, begins with the line, "I carry your heart with me (I carry it in my heart)."
A traditional wedding reading, it could be that the poem featured in Beatrice and Edoardo's marriage ceremony in The Royal Chapel of All Saints at Royal Lodge, where they wed in front of close family, including the Queen and Prince Philip.
The couple were originally due to marry on 29 May at The Chapel Royal in St James's Palace but, like so many, were forced to postpone their nuptials as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Many congratulations to Beatrice and Edoardo!
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