Princess Beatrice's Stepson Joins Royal Family for Christmas at Sandringham

Princess Beatrice’s Stepson Joins Royal Family for Christmas at Sandringham

To celebrate Christmas in Sandringham today, the royal family was there in full form. Prince Louis, Mia, and Lena Tindall, as well as other young royals, made their Christmas walk debuts. An additional youngster making their Sandringham debut? “Woflie,” also known as Christopher Woolf Mapelli Mozzi, is the stepson of Princess Beatrice. The ex-wife of Beatrice’s husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, and Dara Huang are the parents of Wolfie.

The six-year-old entered and left the Christmas Day morning church service at St. Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, Norfolk, holding hands with Beatrice and Edo both times. Edo, his father, is also relatively new to Sandringham Christmas; he first accompanied Beatrice on the walk to church in 2019.

In this picture, Wolfie is just behind the Wales family.

In June, Wolfie had his first public appearance with the British royal family as he joined the whole Windsor family for the Platinum Jubilee Party.

Although his first appearance in front of the public was in June, he has been a member of Princess Beatrice’s family for some time. He performed the roles of page boy and his father’s best man during Beatrice and Edo’s intimate wedding in July 2020. “We are all doing well and Wolfie is the greatest big brother to Sienna,” his parents Princess Beatrice and Edo said of the birth of his half-sister, Sienna Elizabeth Mapelli Mozzi, in September 2021.

Sienna’s parents, Princess Beatrice and Edo, have not yet released a portrait of her. As the youngest great-granddaughter of the late Queen Elizabeth, Sienna is tenth in line for the British throne.

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