Princess Beatrice of York’s lush wedding plans are underway

Princess Beatrice of York’s lush wedding plans are underway

- The royal family has said the wedding between Princess Beatrice of York and Edorado Mapelli Mozzi will take place on Friday, 29 May

- In an official statement, the family said the couple got engaged in Italy in September 2019

- After the wedding ceremony at the famous Chapel Royal, there will be a private reception

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The British Royal family has revealed the much-anticipated date and venue of Princess Beatrice’s wedding to Edorado Mapelli Mozzi.

According to a press release from the royal family, the wedding will be taking place on Friday, 29 May at The Chapel Royal, St James’ Palace. learnt that the official statement also said that the couple got engaged in Italy in September 2019. A very private reception will follow which will be hosted by the Queen in the Buckingham Palace gardens.

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It should be noted that this would not be the first time a royal wedding will be taking place at the chapel as Queen Victoria married Prince Albert of Sxe-Coburg there in 1840, among others.

It was earlier reported the Queen has put out a vacancy for someone who could help renovate the Buckingham Palace.

The job will come with an annual salary of £38 000. So, if construction work is your thing, you may want to try your luck on this one.

The vacancy, which was posted on LinkedIn, said the person chosen will be working in the Buckingham Palace Reservicing Programme department with a permanent contract.

With that, you do not have to bother about your job being over so soon.

It should be noted, however, that the pay is very dependent on experience and the salary will also be coming with some undisclosed benefits.

You will be asked to work 37.5 hours every week. You are also eligible for a 15% employer contribution pension scheme with good access to a big range of recreational facilities.

The reason for this call is that the palace is undergoing a-10-year renovation project to give it a facelift.

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