As she is expecting her first child with her husband Edoardo Mapelli, for next fall there is a word related to her pregnancy, which Princess Beatrice is careful to never utter in the presence of Queen Elizabeth II.
It is a word which the Queen of England detests and which those around her are very careful not to use. And especially Princess Beatrice, who is currently pregnant. Indeed, as a royal expert reported to US Weekly, the monarch could not stand the word “pregnant (pregnant in French, editor’s note)”. A term she would find particularly “vulgar”. Instead of this, the sovereign would prefer that we use the English expression “in the family way”, which doesn’t really have a French translation but which is just another way of saying “pregnant”, in a more formal way.
A small detail to which the sister of Princess Eugenie pays a lot of attention when she happens to converse with the queen. She would even do everything possible to avoid having to pronounce the word “forbidden” so as not to offend Her Majesty, who is already happy to welcome her. twelfth great-grandchild next fall, just after the birth of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s second child this summer.
This noble title which will benefit the baby of Béatrice and Edoardo
If Beatrice’s baby, whose gender is still unknown, will not bear a royal title, he will however benefit from a nobiliary title inherited from his father, which no other of his cousins possesses. You have to know that Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi is an Italian comte. His family therefore has a count title in Italy. His future son or future daughter will therefore be made a count or countess at birth. To note that Christopher Woolf, the first son of Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, born from a previous relationship with the interior designer Dara Huang, is also a count.
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