Royal fans are delighted as a new photo from Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi’s wedding gives a rare glimpse of the royal’s new stepson.
The stunning snap was uploaded to the couple’s florist Rob Van Helden’s Instagram page but was swiftly deleted.
It shows Princess Beatrice looking lovingly at her new husband, with four-year-old Christopher Woolf, known as Wolfie, visibly just behind his dad.
In keeping with royal tradition, where young boys dress in shorts for special occasions, the child appears to be wearing a pair of light blue shorts and a white shirt.
Wolfie is Edoardo’s son from his relationship with former fiancee, Dara Huang, with the boy splitting his time between their London homes.
Edo named his and Dara’s son after his beloved step-father, Christopher Shale, who collapsed and died at Glastonbury Festival.
Beatrice and Edoardo said ‘I do’ in a private ceremony in The Royal Chapel in Windsor Great Park.
Only 20 guests were in attendance, including the Queen, Prince Philip, Beatrice’s mother and father, Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew and her sister, Princess Eugenie.
The bride was walked down the aisle by her father, Prince Andrew, however neither he nor his ex-wife, Sarah Ferguson, have appeared in any wedding photos so far.
Instead, photographs of the couple’s big day feature Beatrice’s grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, and her grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh.
The Princess paid tribute to her royal gran by wearing a vintage dress owned by the Queen, as well as the same tiara the monarch donned for her own nuptials back in 1947.