Princess Beatrice is expecting a child, so how will she spend her last birthday before becoming a mother?
PRINCESS BEATRICE will celebrate her birthday this weekend while expecting her first child. What plans does the expectant princess have for her final birthday before becoming a mother?
In May, Princess Beatrice, 32, and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi announced that they were expecting their first child together, much to the surprise of their fans. Their royal baby, who will be the Queen’s 12th great-grandchild, is due in the autumn.
Beatrice will turn 33 on August 8, and she may want to have a special birthday celebration before becoming a mother.
Beatrice and Edo live in a St James’s Palace apartment in London, but the princess’s family is headquartered in Windsor.
Despite the fact that her parents, Prince Andrew, 61, and Sarah Ferguson, 61, are divorced, they still reside together in Great Windsor Park at the Royal Lodge.
Eugenie, Beatrice’s younger sister, resides with her husband Jack Brooksbank and their infant boy August, who was born in February, at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.
The Yorks are a close-knit family who spend a lot of time together.
Fergie told Christine Lampard in an appearance on ITV’s Lorraine earlier this week: “Family unity: communication, compromise, compassion are the three c’s that I think are necessary.”
Fergie spoke to the One Show about her joy at having recently become a grandma and anticipating the arrival of Beatrice’s baby.
“Eugenie is a fantastic mother,” stated the Duchess of York.
“Everyone says, ‘Oh, it’s so great – your grandson,’ but I said no, I’m so happy of my daughter!” Fergie remarked.
“She’s a wonderful mother, and Beatrice is due to give birth any day now.”
Beatrice is likely to wish to spend her birthday among her closest friends and family.
She may choose a peaceful day at the Royal Lodge to a spectacular event with friends because she is pregnant.
After marrying Edo last July, she chose the Royal Lodge as the location for her wedding reception.
Despite the fact that Bea is not a working royal, she maintains a public profile and recently delighted admirers by attending Wimbledon with her husband.
Beatrice looked stunning in a polka dot dress that flaunted her growing baby bump.
Bea’s child is unlikely to inherit a title because she is 10th in line to the throne and not an official royal.
Only the Queen’s children and grandkids are automatically included, not her great-grandchildren. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”