'Full steam ahead!' Princess Beatrice's husband Edoardo's exciting new project laid bare

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Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 38, looks as though he is undertaking a new challenge in September. Taking to his Instagram page on Monday, Edoardo revealed he was working on a project with his development and interior design company Banda Property.

In a note which accompanied a behind-the-scenes video, he said: “Back in London, back at work and full steam ahead on all @banda.property projects #bandadesignstudio #designforliving.”

The video clip was Edoardo’s first upload to his personal account since he praised Beatrice as the “world’s best wife” on her 34th birthday.

In a separate post uploaded to Banda Property’s Instagram account, he added: “Many new projects on the way… stay tuned! Do you like these new details?”

Princess Beatrice and Edoardo tied the knot in July 2020 at the Royal Chapel of All Saints on the Queen’s Windsor estate.

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Prince Andrew’s elder daughter and her husband soon welcomed daughter Sienna to the Royal Family on September 18 in 2021.

However, Edoardo’s post comes shortly after the couple reportedly returned from their family holiday in Spain.

Hello! revealed how the couple enjoyed a budget-friendly family holiday after they were seen flying with commercial airline Wizz Air.

A source claimed the Princess took the jet from Malaga airport to London Gatwick.

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But Beatrice’s visit to Spain is far from unusual.

The Princess is known to enjoy jetting off the continent, including to Ibiza, Italy and St Barts.

Back in 2016, Beatrice even boarded ex-Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich’s £1.5billion super-yacht Eclipse in Ibiza.

She was accompanied by other A-list guests including the likes of Oprah Winfrey and her best friend Gayle King.



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