Princess Beatrice, 31, married Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 37, at Chapel of All Saints in Windsor Great Park today, according to The Sun. The couple had canceled their London wedding back in May due to COVID-19 restrictions, so instead these surprise nuptials included the bride's grandparents -- Her Majesty and Prince Philip -- as well as her parents, Fergie and (disgraced) Prince Andrew, Mozzi's family and a few other guests, bringing the total number of people to about 20. According to the Daily Mail, Andrew walked his daughter down the aisle, but he was not included in photos released to the public, likely due to his alleged involved in the ongoing Jeffrey Epstein investigation. Princess Eugenie served as her older sister's maid of honor.
Beatrice was careful not to release photos from the ceremony on social media so that she didn't overshadow Sir Tom Moore's investiture on the same day; the 100-year-old veteran was knighted by the Queen in a unique ceremony after raising over $40 million dollars for healthcare workers by walking laps around his garden.
Beatrice was originally supposed to have a bigger wedding back in May, but the global pandemic forced the couple to cancel to those plans.
"So many guests were disappointed not to make the big day but understood the reason for it. They needed to make the wedding Covid-secure and safe for the Queen so what better way than the All Saints Chapel with reception on site at the Royal Lodge," a source told the British paper.
"They are just like a normal family and had to make sacrifices like many others have up and down the country and looking forward to having a wonderful celebration when the time is right."
Beatrice never intended to have a televised wedding like her younger sister, Eugenie, who married Jack Brooksbank in October 2018 at St. George's Chapel.
Beatrice paid tribute to her grandmother with a few personal touches. She borrowed Queen Mary's Fringe Tiara, worn by Her Majesty on her wedding day in 1947. Princess Anne also wore the piece for her wedding to Captain Mark Phillips in 1973.
Beatrice's wedding gown -- a vintage Norman Hartnell design -- was also on loan from the Queen with a few alterations.
"The dress is made from Peau De Soie taffeta in shades of ivory, trimmed with ivory Duchess satin, with organza sleeves," according a statement from Buckingham Palace. "It is encrusted with diamanté and has a geometric checkered bodice. It was remodelled and fitted by Miss Angela Kelly and Mr Stewart Parvin."
Beatrice and "Edo," as he's known to friends and family, announced their engagement in September 2019.