Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi embark on their first joint royal engagement for a special reason

Diane Shipley

Princess Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi delighted royal fans on Wednesday as they embarked on their first official engagement as a couple.

The couple’s visit was for a cause close to their hearts because they went to swedenwhere they met Prince Carl-Philippe and his wife, Princess Sofia, for the launch of the World Dyslexia Assembly.

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A photo of the two couples was posted on the official Instagram account of the Swedish royal family, and Beatrice looked radiant in a long black floral and polka dot dress while Edoardo looked dapper than ever in a dark blue suit.

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The caption read: “Special thanks to Her Royal Highness Princess Beatrice, a longtime campaigner for dyslexic minds, and her husband Edoardo for joining us.”

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Edoardo attended family events such as weddings and funerals alongside his wife, and of course accompanied her to Prince Philip’s Thanksgiving Service at Westminster Abbey earlier this month.


The couple with the Swedish royal family

However, it is the first time they have had an engagement without other family members and they have never traveled abroad to meet another royal couple.

The event is very important for the two royal duos, because Beatrice and the Swedish prince both have the condition. At the assembly, the charity Made By Dyslexia is calling for large-scale change in the way the condition is managed in schools and workplaces.

Mother of one Beatrice has previously spoken about his experience with dyslexia in a sincere interview with Giovanna Fletcher for HELLO!Last year back to school digital issue.


Béatrice and Edoardo have been married since 2020

She said: “Honestly, what inspired me to talk about dyslexia the way I did is because I really want to change the narrative around the diagnosis.

“Even referring to it as a diagnosis I think that does a disservice to the brilliance of some of the most fantastic minds we have. And I think by shifting the narrative a bit towards something positive, impactful, I think that can really help everybody.”

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