Pregnant Princess Beatrice shows off blossoming baby bump at Wimbledon with husband

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Pregnant Princess Beatrice looked absolutely radiant as she showed off her blossoming bump at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London on Thursday with her husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.

The 32 year old's maternity style was on point in the stunning black and white polka dot dress which effortlessly skimmed her bump.

Mother-to-be Beatrice turned heads in the £340 Self Portrait puff sleeve number as she marked her first official outing since announcing she and Edoardo are expecting their first child.

Meanwhile, Edoardo, 38, kept things slick in a dapper navy suit, which he teamed with a matching tie.


The pair looked happy and relaxed as they enjoyed their time at Wimbledon.

The Queen's granddaughter announced the exciting news that she's expecting a baby in early May on the royal family Instagram account.

In a statement on the public account, alongside a beautiful picture of the royal couple on their wedding day, it read: "Her Royal Highness Princess Beatrice and Mr Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi are very pleased to announce that they are expecting a baby in autumn this year.


"The Queen has been informed, and both families are delighted with the news."

Earlier this month, Beatrice may have given royal fans a clue as to the gender of her unborn child while she enjoyed a meal with friends in the heart of London.

She was spotted with a stuffed pink bunny in her arms as she made her way to Mayfair for a meal with her girlfriends.

Beatrice also sported a baby pink face mask which featured a bee wearing a crown as a sweet nod to her royal nickname.

Unlike her sister Eugenie, who recently shared a family day out online, Beatrice isn't very active on social media, and despite owning a public Twitter account, the last time she posted was in March to celebrate World Book Day.

Because of this, it is predicted that the couple will share the happy news with the public through the royal family's online accounts, which would share the first photos of the newborn.

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