This spring, Princess Beatrice—the daughter of Prince Andrew of York and Sarah Ferguson—will wed her fiancé, property developer Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in London. It’s the culmination of a slew of high-profile royal weddings: 2018 saw both the union of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and Princess Eugenie of York and Jack Brooksbank.
So, for the ardent royal watchers out there, here are all the details you need to know about this upcoming blue-blooded affair.
The wedding will take place on May 29, 2020, at St. James’s Chapel Royal. The Chapel Royal has quite a storied history: Queen Victoria wed Prince Albert there in 1840. Over 50 years later, the future King George V wed Queen Mary in its hallowed halls.
Afterward, the royal family has confirmed, the Queen will host a reception in the Buckingham Palace gardens. The Queen traditionally throws an event for her grandchildren—and Prince William, Prince Harry, and Princess Eugenie all had grand-granny-organized soirées.
It’s likely that, like her sister, Beatrice will also have an additional evening reception.
The Wedding Party
Although most of the details about the wedding party have not yet been released, a spokesperson for the couple did confirm the best man to the Daily Mail. And, well, it’s adorable: Mozzi’s three-year-old son, Christopher (who also goes by his nickname, “Wolfie”), will be by his father’s side.
Presumably Princess Beatrice’s sister, Eugenie, will play a role. Beatrice was the maid of honor for her sister’s October 2018 wedding at Windsor Castle.
The Royal Titles
When Jack Brooksbank married Eugenie, he was not given a title, so it’s unlikely Mozzi will be granted one either. However, the person who will get another monarchial moniker? Beatrice. Mozzi is the son of an Italian count, meaning Beatrice will become an Italian countess after they tie the knot.
How to Watch
BBC and ITV both said they will not be airing the event, and reports say the couple wants a private affair—here’s hoping that at least some details make it to social media.
Originally published on Vogue.com