Princess Beatrice stuns in glamorous lace gown at star-studded gala with husband10/10/2023
Princess Beatrice dazzled in a daring lace gown as she and husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi attended the star-studded Art of Wishes gala.
The royal, 35, joined a host of famous faces at the gala, which was held at London's Raffles Hotel at the OWO, as she made a daring fashion statement in a sheer-like blue lace maxi dress.
She paired the dress with a cream cardigan, a clutch bag, and blue high heels. Meanwhile, Edoardo, 39, cut a dapper figure in a dark blue suit, which he paired with a white shirt and light blue tie.
The royal couple stood arm-in-arm as they posed for photos as they arrived at the lavish event.
Beatrice and Edoardo's appearance at the gala comes after a source close to the couple told OK! that they are hoping to soon welcome a second child, just two years after welcoming daughter Sienna.
The royal insider told us: "Beatrice wants another little one then she will consider her family complete.
"She’s been telling friends for quite some time now that it is the right time to add to her family and she wants to do it soon so that her children are all close in age."
Although this will be Princess Beatrice’s second child, her husband Edo already has a son, Christopher, seven, nicknamed Wolfie, with his previous partner Dara Huang.
"Edo has a son and a daughter now and is very happy, but he’s keen to add to his brood one more time," the source said.
"Beatrice considers Wolfie one of the family and she treats him like her own, but she also thinks it’s important that she and Edo have another baby before it’s too late."
If Beatrice were to welcome a second child, the youngster would be born 11th in the royal line of succession.
Despite being Princesses, neither Beatrice nor her sister Eugenie are working royals, and their mother Sarah, Duchess of York, has previously said that this leads to a lot of their charity work going "unheard and unseen."
Speaking on her Tea Talks Podcast, Sarah said: "My girls are incredible – it's both private and public, it's not about working or non-working because they work very, very hard publicly and they work very, very hard privately.
"They are mothers and the work-life balance they are getting is extraordinary. They just do it in a very real way and I'm so proud of them."
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