Royal fans convinced Princess Beatrice will be next royal to get married: 'Can't wait!'

Princess Beatrice
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Royal fans were left delighted on Saturday, after seeing almost the entire York family in attendance at Lady Gabriella Windsor's wedding at St.George's Chapel.

Although Princess Eugenie was absent from the celebrations, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson were there for the special day.

And arriving by their side was their daughter Princess Beatrice, and her new boyfriend Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.

It was a significant moment in the couple's relationship, as it's the first official royal family event that they have attended together, after having been rumoured to have got together last year.

The royals generally only bring along dates to royal events when the relationship is understood to be very serious - for example, the Duchess of Cambridge only attended her first royal family wedding five years after she and Prince William first started dating.

And it seems royal fans were left delighted - and equally convinced - that Princess Beatrice could be the next royal to get married.

Commenting on social media, one wrote, 'Looking forward next time is Beatrice!😉😉', while another said, 'happy to see Edoardo attend the wedding with the York’s and Beatrice'.

A third royal follower also said, 'Another beautiful gown and the church at Windsor. I'm hoping Beatrice will have her big day next year. Right there. I'd love to see her as happy as Meghan you and this bride'

A fourth later commented, 'Can't wait until it's your sister's turn!'

Of course, there has been no announcement as of yet - and it's likely that Beatrice and Edoardo are simply enjoying their relationship at the moment without any pressure.

It's thought that this is Princess Beatrice's first relationship since splitting from her former partner of ten years, Dave Clark, back in 2016. Edoardo also has a son, from his previous relationship.

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