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Princess Beatrice looked absolutely radiant on the day of her wedding as she married Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in a small ceremony at Windsor.
The Princess had of course originally planned a much more lavish affair but like many brides, her wedding plans were thrown into disarray because of Covid-19.
The couple decided to push ahead with their nuptials and opted for a much smaller ceremony which took place at The Royal Chapel of all Saints at Royal Lodge Windsor, with the Queen and Prince Phillip in attendance.
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We first caught a glimpse of Beatrice's stunning engagement ring many months ago when she and her new husband posed for their engagement photo, but now further details of the engagement and wedding ring have been released.
The pair charged Hatton Garden jewellery designer Shaun Leane with creating their wedding and engagement rings.
The jewellery designer has produced some stunning work, including creating the stand-out accessory pieces in many of Alexander McQueen's runway shows.
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Establishing his own brand in 1999, Shaun Leane has a number of collections on his site that include an extensive array of ready-to-wear collections, as well as the option for commission for more bespoke pieces, such as the engagement and wedding ring created for Princess Beatrice and Edoardo.
After official pictures were released from the couples wedding day, Shaun Leane's brand account posted a picture of the couple emerging from the ceremony under the flower arch before adding two posts, one that showed the original engagement ring that was commissioned from Shaun Leane and the second, an image of the engagement ring and the wedding band slotted in together side-by-side.
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Speaking of the commission, the brand captioned the images with "The bespoke experience was a beautiful journey; from imagining the design with Edoardo to the crafting of the finished rings. Being able to incorporate both Edoardo and Princess Beatrice’s characters into the design has resulted in a unique ring that represents their love and lives entwining.”
"In keeping with our classic aesthetic, the two rings have been crafted so that they interlock seamlessly. The design is filled with personal and sentimental signifiers for the couple that are unique to them, an approach that is synonymous with our bespoke service.
"From all of us at the House, we wish the happy couple a lifetime of love and happiness!"
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Traditionally royal wedding rings are crafted from Welsh gold – this is the case with Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Princess Margaret, Princess Diana and the Duchess of Cornwall and younger royals including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are believed to have followed suit.
However it is unconfirmed as to whether Princess Beatrice kept with the same tradition of using Welsh gold, although according to Marie Claire UK, Princess Beatrice's ring is in fact made of platinum and diamond and both engagement ring and wedding made and crafted beautifully by Shaun Leane.
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