Beatrice's husband Edoardo spotted mixing with public to view Queen tributes in Green Park

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Princess Beatrice’s husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi was spotted paying tribute to Queen Elizabeth II. The picture, taken at Green Park, shows Mr Mapelli Mozzi looking pensive as he crouched down to look at the flowers and cards laid in tribute to the Queen. Dressed in a smart black suit, Mr Mapelli Mozzi was pictured crouching down next to the floral display, looking deep in thought.

He appeared to go unnoticed by members of the public, standing nearby mourning the loss of the Queen.

A large tribute site was set up at Green Park to allow members of the public to pay their respects to the former monarch, who died last week at Balmoral, aged 96.

Since her death was announced on Thursday, thousands of people have travelled to Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle and Balmoral to pay their respects.

Tributes including teddy bears, Corgi soft toys, balloons and marmalade sandwiches have been left for the former monarch.

Prince William and Prince Harry, alongside Kate, Duchess of Cambridge and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex appeared together to look at tributes for Queen Elizabeth II laid outside Windsor Castle.

They took part in a walkabout to meet with well-wishers outside the Castle.

A royal source said William, who has since been made Prince of Wales, “thought it was an important show of unity at an incredibly difficult time for the family.”

The Sussexes’ biographer Omid Scobie tweeted that William had made the decision to invite Harry and Meghan “in the eleventh hour”.

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The pair arrived at the palace to welcome the coffin of her late grandmother, the Queen.

Princess Beatrice sat in the passenger seat of the car, while Mr Mapelli Mozzi sat in the back.

Beatrice’s sister, Princess Eugenie was also in attendance, along with her husband Jack Brooksbank.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle also arrived in London yesterday, after travelling from Windsor Castle.

The coffin of Queen Elizabeth II arrived in Buckingham Palace last night, after travelling through London’s streets in specially-lit hearse.

The Queen’s coffin will lie in state in Westminster Hall from today until the day of her funeral next Monday.

The former monarch, who celebrated her Platinum Jubilee earlier this year, will rest in her closed coffin on a raised platform, similar to the Queen Mother in 2002.



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