WHO'S YOUR DADDY! Princess Beatrice's bank card declined THRICE at Glastonbury bar
Princess Beatrice was spotted red-faced after waiting in line to order at an upscale Glastonbury Festival bar. The 33-year-old royal had her card declined three times at the Pony Bistro restaurant, according to reports.
"She tried to pay by card but it got declined three times," a source informed the Daily Star. The crowds at the well-known Somerset festival on Worthy Farm then saw Beatrice reuniting with her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. She was seen walking around in a stylish khaki shirt dress, black sunglasses, and white athletic sneakers. Mozzi was wearing black slacks, a white T-shirt, and a black jacket as the two proceeded to walk through the field.
Princess Beatrice and Mr Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi are attending the Glastonbury music festival pic.twitter.com/sZoAM26F2O— Royalinstablog (@royalinstablog) June 24, 2022
Royal fans on Twitter admired Princess Beatrice's new wardrobe. "I'm seriously loving Beatrice's wardrobe as of late," one user wrote while another responded, "Me too. She's either got a new stylist, or Edo is choosing her wardrobe, because she has looked lovely in everything recently."
Me too. She's either got a new stylist, or Edo is choosing her wardrobe, because she has looked lovely in everything recently.— Gill Wallace (@GillWallace67) June 24, 2022
One user wrote, "She really has been quietly stepping up, hasn't she?" Another user who admires the couple added, "Mr Edo is bringing the best out of Beatrice & God ... i love it."
She really has been quietly stepping up, hasn't she?— Pamm Durrell Whittaker (@PammWhittaker) June 25, 2022
Mr Edo is bringing the best out of Beatrice & God ... i love it ❤😊😇— sassy baby 🏴☠️ (@lemonadepuff2) June 24, 2022
A few days earlier, Princess Beatrice had attended the opulent Alchemist's Feast, a summertime gathering and fundraiser for the National Gallery's Bicentenary campaign. She has been to Glastonbury before, as has Prince Harry. Additionally, Prince William has previously remarked that he would like to accompany Kate Middleton but said: "Unfortunately it's quite tricky."
Meanwhile, many people had to battle through the rail congestion earlier this week to reach the festival. Partygoers were greeted by property owner Michael Eavis, 86, and immediately took advantage of the sunlight. However, with thunderstorms predicted for the weekend, bookies lowered the odds of it being the wettest Glastonbury ever. "We're ready to go. After three years, it's fantastic. It's going to be the best show we've ever done," Eavis told The Sun. "You wait and see - you better believe it."
Noel Gallagher, a former member of Oasis, explained the real reason he attends Glastonbury, and it has nothing to do with the music. Gallagher attends the fiesta for the weird and wonderful individuals he encounters there. "I don't go for the music. I'll just wander around bumping into amazing people getting into adventures and seeing wonderful things," Gallagher told The Sun.
Oasis has put Gallagher in the incredibly exclusive club of performers who have headlined Glastonbury twice. The group made their festival debut in 1994 at the Somerset festival and returned the following year to take the lead in 1995. After almost ten years, festival director Michael Eavis rebooked them in 2004, with Liam Gallagher and Noel Gallagher serving as the Friday night headliner. In that particular year, Paul McCartney was the Saturday headlining performance.