Inside Princess Beatrice’s heartfelt homage to her stepson Wolfie and their beautiful relationship.

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Inside Princess Beatrice’s heartfelt homage to her stepson Wolfie and their beautiful relationship.

PRINCESS BEATRICE has given birth to her first child with husband Eduardo Mapelli Mozzi, a girl called Sienna, and opted to honor her stepson in announcing the name.

Princess Beatrice, the eldest daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, gave birth to a baby girl on September 18th. Sienna Elizabeth Mapelli Mozzi, the child’s name, was disclosed by her and her husband Eduardo yesterday. The pair made sure to include another beloved member in their celebration of their new arrival to the family.

Christopher “Wolfie” Woolf Mapelli Mozzi was also honored in the article revealing their new child’s name.

Mr Mapelli Mozzi’s child from a previous relationship is Wolfie, who is five years old.

In 2016, he gave birth to his first son, whose mother is his former fiancée, architect Dara Huang.

And Princess Beatrice has wasted no time in making him feel at home in her expanding household.

The couple used a photo of their child’s feet imprinted on paper to announce their upcoming arrival.

They also made a reference to Sienna’s older brother.

In a Twitter statement, they expressed their joy at Sienna’s arrival, saying Wolfie is “the best big brother” she has.

Fans on Twitter have reacted favorably to the news, with many applauding the name.

“What a lovely name!” tweeted Twitter user PJ Chatfield. Your entire family is stunning!” “Congratulations mum and dad on your baby of joy,” said another user, Giselle Mercado. “Sienna is a lovely name.” The Princess’ mention of Wolfie is the latest in a series of public gestures aimed at making her stepson feel more at ease.

He was recently referred to as a “bonus son” by podcaster Giovanna Fletcher.

The Princess told talked about her dyslexia, which her husband also has, and how it will help their children.

She expressed her gratitude to Ms. Fletcher, saying she was “very pleased” to have resources she could utilize to help “any child, any bonus son” who was having difficulties.

She also talked about her homeschooling experience with Wolfie, admitting that it was “absolutely not” her strong suit.

She did, however, express gratitude for the opportunity to spend meaningful time with her bonus son.

During the school shutdown last year, Beatrice said she felt “extremely blessed” to have “had the chance to work with my bonus son.”

“It was a significant learning curve for all of us,” she continued. “Brinkwire Summary News.”

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