ROYAL fans are still waiting to hear when Princess Beatrice will walk down the aisle to marry property tycoon Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.
Scandals have helped delay an official announcement of the date of their impending nuptials. We look at the latest details.
When is Princess Beatrice's wedding to Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi?
Revealing the proposal on Twitter, they said they were "extremely happy" to share the news.
They added: "We are both so excited to be embarking on this life adventure together and can’t wait to be married."
The wedding is taking place this year, though an exact date hasn't yet been confirmed.
But, The Sun revealed yesterday that insiders say Beatrice and Edo will marry on Friday, May 29, with a reception at Buckingham Palace.
The princess is planning on inviting her fiance's ex-girlfriend to their wedding and she wants their son to be the groom's best man, a close friend has claimed.
The ninth-in-line, 31, to the throne announced her engagement to multi-millionaire property developer Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 36, after a whirlwind 11-month romance.
Who designed the ring?
The "modern classic", as it's been described, was designed in collaboration with Leane by Mozzi.
The central brilliant-cut diamond boasts tapered diamond shoulders and is set with pave-diamonds around the band.
Where will they tie the knot?
There are many royal residences where the couple would be able to wed - from Windsor Castle to Buckingham Palace and Bagshot Park.
However they have yet to confirm a venue for the ceremony itself.
According to a friend, the pair are looking for a "low-key" venue to host their wedding and have reportedly considered "a marquee in Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson's back garden".
Tatler reports that Princess Beatrice's wedding is set to be privately funded as the British public aren't expected to cover the couple's special day.
Who will be Beatrice's bridesmaids?
She might also follow her sister's example by asking little Princess Charlotte to perform bridesmaid duties.
And she has a host of young family friends and relatives who could take on that happy task.
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