Revolutions continue in the royal family. Revolutions that the coronavirus emergency has gradually made more macroscopic and visible, with decidedly imposing irritable changes. And so after the exile of Harry and Meghan in California, Anne’s interview against the new levers, now the decision also comes, painful but probably inevitable, of the annulment of Beatrice of York’s wedding with Edoardo Mapelli-Mozzi which should have been held in May.
Warning: we are not talking about a postponement or a shift to a date to be destined but to a full-fledged cancellation. There will be neither in June, nor in September, nor bigger, nor smaller. “They are not really thinking about marriage right now. The time will come when they will reschedule the date, but this is not that moment.” Also from sources close to the Royal Family, we learn that the invitations have not even been sent.
At this point, we are not waiting for this terrible period to end to return to dreaming about the royal wedding.