What is Princess Beatrice's net worth? Millionaire Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi's wife is eyeing $4M Cotswolds home
Princess Beatrice's net worth is thought to have increased after her marriage to Mozzi
It's only been ten months since they tied the knot in a socially distanced ceremony, but it looks like Princess Beatrice and husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi are keen to make space for a family. What a space it will be, if reports that the 'broody' princess has her sights set on the over $4 million Cotswolds home, are true.
Earlier this month the newly-weds reportedly visited a sprawling property in Oxfordshire with a 'party barn' and a swimming pool, which Princess Beatrice particularly is rather excited about. While a posh Costwolds home with famous neighbors and friends like Kate Moss close by may soon be on the cards, what exactly are Princess Beatrice's assets and net worth?
What is Princess Beatrice's net worth?
Princess Beatrice, who is reportedly one of the twelve most wealthy princesses in the world, has a net worth of approximately $5 million as of late 2020, largely due to the trust fund set up by her parents and the Queen. Beatrice's net worth is expected to have gone up significantly after marrying wealthy husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in July. Mozzi, a successful real estate developer, is a multi-millionaire whose company Banda has developed over 400,000 square feet of London real estate with a total gross development value of almost $987 million, according to LinkedIn. However, in spite of her personal wealth, Princess Beatrice has a day job and doesn’t receive the sovereign grant. The princess has been vice-president of partnerships and strategy for software company Afiniti since November 2016.
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While Princess Beatrice may currently be house hunting, the princess and her husband currently live at Princess Beatrice's St James' Palace's home. Beatrice and her sister Eugenie formerly lived together at the property, before Eugenie moved out once she married Jack Brooksbank in 2018. Princess Beatrice's home from what has been observed in a number of online video calls that the princess has made during the pandemic, is elegant, refined and yet has a cosy air to it.
When they are not in the sophisticated home, Princess Beatrice and Mozzi have been spotted about town, sometimes with Mozzi's son Wolfie from a previous relationship, in the Range Rover the couple drives. While the princess normally keeps a low profile, she did spark some trends on her wedding day, by wearing delicate gold bracelets. But it was some more heavy-duty jewelry that was the cynosure of all eyes. Princess Beatrice wore the Queen Mary diamond fringe tiara on her wedding day, just as her grandmother had on her wedding day in 1947. In a further nod to her lineage, the princess' wedding dress, a vintage dress by Norman Hartnell, also belongs to her grandmother.
Princess Beatrice's engagement ring designed by Mozzo himself with British jeweler Shaun Leane is estimated to be worth more than $84,000 according to jewelry designers.