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Princess Beatrice gaves fans a glimpse into her home during a Zoom appearance which showed her wedding photo proudly displayed on the mantlepiece.
The Royal was chairing a Zoom call for the Teenage Cancer Trust when fans spotted the framed snap.
Princess Beatrice, 32, looked absolutely radiant on the day of her wedding as she married Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in a small ceremony at Windsor earlier this year.
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The Princess allegedly made a "last minute request" to borrow her grandmother the Queen's dress.
Beatrice wore a Sir Norman Hartnell diamanté encrusted taffeta gown from Her Majesty to marry the Italian property developer 36, in Windsor on Friday, 17 July.
The Queen wore the same gown to the royal premiere of Lawrence of Arabia at London's Leicester Square back in December 1962.
The Princess had of course originally planned a much more lavish affair but like many brides, her wedding plans were thrown into disarray because of Covid-19.
The couple decided to push ahead with their nuptials and opted for a much smaller ceremony which took place at The Royal Chapel of all Saints at Royal Lodge Windsor, with the Queen and Prince Phillip in attendance.
The Royal Lodge in Windsor is also where Beatrice and Eugenie were raised, and where their mother Sarah and father Prince Andrew continue to live.
In the incredibly moving video made by the charity, in which Princess Beatrice speaks during the Zoom call and we see the sweet wedding photo, we see interviews with the bereaved family of Stephen Sutton, who died of cancer in 2014 age 19.
In 2013, Stephen set up a blog and bucket list with the intention of raising £10,000 for the Teenage Cancer Trust. He ended up raising close to £6 million.
His Mum Jayne explains how Stephen wrote 46 things he wanted to do, including crowd surfing in a dinghy, a goal he absolutely achieved.
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The family now continue to fundraise in Stephen’s memory and by the second anniversary of his death, £5.5 million had been raised in his memory.
Princess Eugenie and Beatrice, along with their mother Sarah Ferguson are proud patrons of the charity.
Eugenie became noticeably emotional during the call, speaking about how much support her Mum has provided over the 30 years that she has worked with the charity.
"Thanks to your energy, as well as everybody else on the call, we have been one big Teenage Cancer Trust family for the last 30 years, and we will continue to be, with your spirit embedded into the very core of this organisation," Eugenie says in the video.
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