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Buckingham Palace confirmed in a statement that the pair tied the knot on Friday after their initial wedding date was cancelled due to coronavirus.
Edo and Beatrice said their vows at 11am at The Royal Chapel of All Saints at the Royal Lodge, Windsor alongside The Queen, Prince Philip and close family.
The Queen was pictured leaving the Royal Lodge - home to Prince Andrew and ex-wife Sarah Ferguson - on Friday afternoon, dressed in her finery.
According to Buckingham Palace, the wedding took place in accordance with government guidelines, and no more than around 20 guests were in attendance.
The Queen's granddaughter and her new husband Edo were originally meant to get married at the Chapel Royal, in St James's Palace, London, with 150 guests.
They were also supposed to welcome hundreds of friends and family members to Buckingham Palace on May 29th, but called off the reception due to the ongoing pandemic.
While it is thought Beatrice's parents, Prince Andrew and Sarah Furguson, the Duchess of York, were both in attendance, it is not known whether her younger sister Princess Eugenie, 30, and brother-in-law Jack Brooksbank were there for the ceremony, too.
Beatrice started dating Edoardo back in September 2018, a month before Princess Eugenie's wedding.
They announced their engagement one year later, revealing Edo had proposed during a romantic getaway to Italy.
Edo - who has a four year old son, named Christopher, from a previous relationship - was engaged to American architect Dara Huang for three-and-a-half years, but they split up not long before he met Beatrice.
Meanwhile, Beatrice had previously dated Uber exec Dave Clark for ten years before calling time on their relationship back in 2016.
Congratulations to them both!
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