The princess is heart­bro­ken as her boyfriend comes un­der fire

Woman’s Day (Australia) - - Royal Update -

Princess Beatrice’s new­found hap­pi­ness has been short­lived, amid re­ports the Queen has quashed her ro­mance and banned her new boyfriend from the palace!

It comes af­ter it was re­vealed last week that Bea’s new man, mul­ti­mil­lion­aire Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, was still liv­ing with his fi­ancee of three-and-a-half years Dara Huang when he and Beatrice be­gan dat­ing. The pair share a two-year-old son, Christo­pher “Woolfie” Woolf.

Beatrice and real es­tate mogul Edo met at Princess Eu­ge­nie’s wed­ding on Oc­to­ber 12, and it’s said they hit if off in­stantly. But in­sid­ers now claim Edo, 35, con­tin­ued to live with the mother of his child for some time af­ter the nup­tials – and it’s not gone down well with 30-year-old Bea’s grand­mother.

A royal in­sider re­veals, “The Queen’s fu­ri­ous about the rev­e­la­tions which have come out about Edoardo and has told Beatrice he’s banned from the palace.

“She called Beatrice in for an ur­gent meet­ing as soon as she heard the news and told her un­der no cir­cum­stances was she to bring him to any royal func­tions – and all pre­vi­ous in­vi­ta­tions were firmly off.”

For Bea, who has been sin­gle since she split from her boyfriend of 10 years Dave Clarke in 2016, her grand­mother’s dis­ap­proval came as a mas­sive blow.

“Bea was in floods of tears as her grand­mother gave her the no-non­sense talk, and she was des­per­ately try­ing to plead with her and in­sist Edo is a good man,” says the in­sider.

“Fer­gie is the only one still sup­port­ing the ro­mance – with An­drew sid­ing with his mother. Even Eu­ge­nie agrees the re­la­tion­ship should end be­fore her sis­ter gets more deeply in­volved.

“Bea is heart­bro­ken right now but she’s also adamant she won’t have her fu­ture hap­pi­ness be ruled by her royal sta­tus. She won’t lose out on her happy end­ing be­cause of what people might think or say.”

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