Pregnant Princess Beatrice lovingly cradles bump on shopping trip with husband Edoardo

Pregnant Princess Beatrice lovingly cradles bump on shopping trip with husband Edoardo

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She's all set to become a mother for the first time, and now a pregnant Princess Beatrice has been spotted out and about with her bump on show.

The mum-to-be, who was congratulated by her sister Eugenie, looked every inch the glamorous princess she is while out on a shopping trip with husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.

Princess Beatrice, 32, wore an eye-catching long green dress for the day of retail therapy in London on Saturday.

She teamed the dress with a casual denim jacket and a pair of comfortable white trainers.

The Queen's granddaughter accessorised with a stylish hat and black sunglasses, and went for a everyday make-up look.

As she engaged in conversation with her other half, she placed a hand over baby bump.

Meanwhile, Edoardo, 38, wore a white shirt and some navy chinos, which he paired with some beige slip-on shoes.

The couple announced they were expecting their first child together in May.

The special news was revealed on The Royal Family's Instagram account alongside a picture of the pair on their wedding day in 2020.

It read: "Her Royal Highness Princess Beatrice and Mr Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi are very pleased to announce that they are expecting a baby in autumn of this year.

"The Queen has been informed and both families are delighted with the news."

Edoardo is already a dad to four-year old Christopher Woolf – affectionately nicknamed Wolfie – from a previous relationship.

The pair tied the knot in a small ceremony in July 2020 after the pandemic forced them to downsize their wedding.

Beatrice and Edoardo got married in front of 20 guests in Windsor, including The Queen, the late Prince Philip and Beatrice's father Prince Andrew.

Just a few days later, the royal family released the first images of the couple on their big day.

In the official images shared on the Royal Family Instagram account, Her Majesty stood alongside the Duke of Edinburgh and Princess Beatrice, making sure to keep their distance from their newlywed granddaughter and her husband.

The Princess reportedly made a "last minute request" to borrow one of her grandmother's dresses a Sir Norman Hartnell diamanté encrusted taffeta gown which she then wore for her big day.

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