Princess Beatrice was spotted arriving with her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham to attend the annual Christmas Day service.
Beatrice’s husband, also known by family and friends as Edo, is a property developer.
Edoardo made his first appearance, alongside his then-fiancee, at Sandringham for Christmas in 2019.
The pair share a daughter, Sienna, who turned one in September.
The royal tot has not yet been pictured in public, with Princess Beatrice choosing to keep her out of the spotlight.
This is the Royal Family’s first Christmas without Queen Elizabeth II.
Princess Beatrice appeared at Sandringham with her husband and stepson
Princess Beatrice looked splendid as she arrived for the Christmas service
Charlotte and George melt hearts as they sing carols in adorable new Christmas pictures
Princess Charlotte and Prince George looked adorable as they joined the rest of the Royal Family and the congregation in singing Christmas Carols throughout a special service. The royal children joined Prince William and Kate, the Prince and Princess of Wales, at Westminster Abbey to attend the second Together at Christmas.
Crowds had been gathering at Sandringham since the early hours of this morning to try and catch a glimpse of their favourite Royals.
One couple told Sky News they had left their home at 4am this morning try and bag the best viewing place.
Prince Andrew was also spotted at the family gathering, in a rare public appearance for the Duke of York.
King Charles led the Royal procession into St Mary Magdalene Church, and was accompanied by the Queen Consort.
It will be the first year the King has hosted the Royal Family’s traditional gathering at the Norfolk estate since the death of his mother.
Princess Beatrice and her sister Eugenie follow behind Charles
Prince Andrew made a rare public appearance at Sandringham
The King recorded his first Christmas broadcast on 13 December in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, where the late Queen was buried in September.
After the 45-minute service, the King and Queen Consort along with the Prince and Princess of Wales and their children, spoke to the crowds.
King Charles waves to his adoring fans
Sandringham House has been the private home of British monarchs for more than 160 years.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK