Edoardo and Beatrice were married in a smaller ceremony in July last year at the Royal Chapel of All Saints at Royal Lodge. For her nuptials, Beatrice was gifted an embroidered silk robe from Hand & Lock, a centuries-old company boasting a royal warrant.
The white robe was monogrammed with the words “Mrs MM”, meaning Mrs Mapelli Mozzi.
Posting on their Instagram page at the time, Hand & Lock offered their congratulations.
They said: “We are in awe of the Princess’ wedding dress and tiara which were leant to her by the Queen, and remodelled and fitted specifically for Beatrice.
“Mrs Mapelli Mozzi was gifted a silk robe, monogrammed by us, for her special day.”
Beatrice wore a vintage gown designed by Norman Hartnell which was loaned to her from Queen Elizabeth II for her wedding day.
The bride gushed about the “honour’ of wearing the Queen’s gown after the Royal Collection Trust announced it was on display in Windsor Castle.
She said on Twitter: “It was an honour to wear my grandmother’s beautiful dress on my wedding day.
“I hope many of you are able to visit the exhibition which is still open at Windsor Castle.”