Edo and Beatrice’s wedding has made many headlines, but Wolfie Mapelli Mozzi soaked up much of the spotlight too. Who is he?

So far this year, we’ve seen no shortage of newsworthy occurrences, but plenty of them have been rather distressing and troublesome.

In more positive news, Princess Beatrice’s wedding recently took place after ceremony plans in May were disrupted.

Living in a time of social distancing, weddings have been transformed in terms of scale and organisation, making them much smaller affairs. Indeed, it may have been a royal wedding, but that was still the case here.

Photography from the glorious day has since captivated spectators, but a certain guest has many curious…

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Who is Wolfie Mapelli Mozzi?

  • Wolfie Mapelli Mozzi is Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi’s son. However, his real name is Christopher Woolf.

As highlighted by Town and Country Mag, he was both the best man and a pageboy at the small-scale ceremony. Sources argue that the young boy – who is around four years old – stole the scene as the most adorable guest.

Wolfie is the son of both Edoardo and his former partner Dara Huang, who is an architect and designer. Although they separated in the years following their son’s birth in 2016, they maintain a positive relationship.

According to the earlier source, Dara earlier told the Daily Mail in the wake of Edo and Beatrice’s engagement: “I wish the best for Edo and Beatrice and look forward to uniting our families.”

She wasn’t in attendance at the ceremony, which isn’t too surprising considering sources say that under 20 people were invited.

Amongst those in attendance were The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh and close family.

They may be friends, but…

When Edo’s relationship with Beatrice went public back in 2018, the Daily Mail notes that Dara’s father – Po-Tien – had some thoughts.

According to the source, the retired Nasa scientist felt that the Royal Family had broken up his daughter’s romance:

“Why would they want to go and break this up? I can’t understand it…. It’s not fair, but the Royal Family are very powerful. What can I do? I can’t do anything?”

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