Princess Beatrice married her fiance Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in Windsor a few weeks ago. The surprise wedding was held in private due to the coronavirus crisis. It marked the moment both Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York’s daughters were married.
She said: “There are a lot of protection signals in their signature poses, mainly suggesting that younger sister Eugenie is protective and maternal towards her older sister Bea.
“Beatrice’s wide, rounded eye expression hints at a more naïve and possibly childlike view of life, while Eugenie is more likely to adopt a straight stare and a wide smile to suggest confidence.
“Beatrice often uses a head-tilt to signal shyness, while Eugenie’s approach is more direct and it’s Eugenie who tends to use splaying gestures to suggest power and confidence, while Beatrice is much more likely to use self-diminishing techniques to suggest lower levels of self-esteem and power.”
In certain images, Judi said: “Beatrice’s wide eyes to camera and the way she places an arm around her sister’s head show she’s proud to be out with her more dominant sister Eugenie.
“Jack’s smile would have lit up the venue single-handedly but he also showed signs of nerves next to his more experienced bride.”
However, while Edo’s wedding took place in private, Jack’s was watched by millions, a surely daunting fact.
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Edoardo worked with Shaun Leane to create the wedding ring and the wedding band, which were made from sustainable jewels.
The jewellery said the engagement ring was “a fusion of Victorian and Art Deco designs.”
The band was created “so the two rings sit seamlessly together.”