Princess Beatrice’s SECRET behind-closed-doors Instagram account exposed | Royal | News (Reports)


Royal commentators Rachel Bowie and Roberta Fiorito of the Royally Obsessed podcast highlighted that Princess Beatrice still has a secret Instagram account that she uses. The pair were discussing the engagement of Princess Beatrice and her now husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi and how the news was broken to the public. They highlighted Beatrice still does not have a public Instagram account.

Ms Bowie said: “Princess Beatrice is not on Instagram actually except via a private account.

“It was detected a couple of years ago at Beayork but it is private.

“Princess Eugenie said Be Be wow, I am so happy for my dearest big sister and Edo.

“It has been a long-time coming and you two are meant to be.”

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The initial reveal of the secret Instagram account stunned fans who had been looking for definitive proof. 

While Karlie Kloss was celebrating her engagement on Instagram, she also accidentally revealed her friend Princess Beatrice’s private account. 

The model posted a screenshot of her FaceTime conversation with the royal, where she shows off her ring on one end of the line and Beatrice looks shocked on the other.

Ms Kloss also tagged @beayork in the photo, inadvertently announcing the Princess’ handle. 

Beatrice was filmed announcing the winners of Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice’s Kids Summer Art Competition 2020.

The clip was shared on the charity’s Twitter page on the same day Beatrice’s sister Princess Eugenie’s, 30, pregnancy was confirmed to the world.

Beatrice’s wedding was a strictly private affair and the ceremony was attended by just 30 people – in keeping with COVID-19 guidelines.

Very few photos from the special occasion were shared with the public and a body language expert has claimed Bea could be ramping up for a bigger celebration next year.


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