Princess Beatrice reveals baby's name and it's a sweet nod to the Queen

Princess Beatrice reveals baby's name at last and it's sure to be a win with HRH the Queen

Princess Beatrice reveals baby's name
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Princess Beatrice reveals baby's name, 13 days after she and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi welcomed her into the world.


Princess Beatrice reveals baby's name as Sienna Elizabeth Mapelli Mozzi, according to a statement from the Royal family.

The Queen hated Princess Beatrice’s original name so much that her parents changed it, but she's sure to be delighted with the name of her great-grandchild.

Baby Sienna Elizabeth is said to be fitting into the family dynamic as easy as pie, according to a statement shared on the Royal Family's Twitter account.

The couple have said, “We are all doing well and Wolfie is the best big brother to Sienna.” Wolfie is Edo's son from a previous relationship and the Princess' beloved stepson.

The Princess made a sweet nod to her stepson Christopher Woolf Mapelli Mozzi in Sienna's birth announcement.

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The post was accompanied by an adorable print of the new addition's adorable little feet.

There's been a lot of speculation regarding what name Princess Beatrice and her husband would choose for their baby. In light of Edo's Italian heritage, many believed that an Italian name would be the first choice with names like Francesca, Lucia, and Elizabeta being bandied around.

The name they've chosen, Sienna, is an Italian one and Elizabeth is of course the name of the Princess' beloved grandma.

Although not much is known about where Sienna, Wolfie, Princess Beatrice, and Edo will live now that they're a family of four, it has been reported that ahead of the new arrival they were set to move into a $3.5m country retreat.

These rumors have been exacerbated by news that Princess Beatrice's husband is selling a London pad for a hefty price tag. They're believed to be decamping to the bucolic idyll of the Cotswolds—a part of the UK renowned for its stunning natural beauty.

No official photos of the baby have been released yet.

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