Bea careful! Princess Beatrice dons a face mask with her gym gear as she carries a bag of organic groceries to her car in London
- Princess Beatrice stepped out and about in London today in low-key gym gear
- The recently married royal, 32, looked casual as she went food shopping
- Putting safety first, Beatrice sported a face mask while on her outing yesterday
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Appearing in good spirits, Princess Beatrice looked effortlessly radiant when stepping out for a food shop in west London.
The Queen’s granddaughter, 32, carried a bag of organic groceries to her car while sporting low-key gym gear and a face mask, yesterday.
Her appearance is the second time she has stepped out in public since she tied the knot with husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in a secret ceremony on July 17.
Appearing in good spirits, Princess Beatrice (pictured) looked effortlessly radiant when stepping out for a food shop in west London
The Queen’s granddaughter (pictured), 32, carried a bag of organic groceries to her car while sporting low-key gym gear and a face mask, yesterday
Beatrice sported a casual-looking navy jacket along with matching leggings, while adding a splash of colour with a vibrant blue handbag.
Meanwhile, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson’s daughter added to her comfortable ensemble with a pair of casual grey trainers.
The royal wore her red hair in a relaxed flowing style over her shoulders, and ensured she stayed safe during the trip by wearing a medical grade mask.
She carried her phone in one hand, and clutched a bag of organic groceries in another.
Beatrice (pictured) sported a casual-looking navy jacket along with matching leggings, while adding a splash of colour with a vibrant blue handbag
Meanwhile, the royal (pictured getting into her car) ensured she stayed comfortable with a pair of casual grey trainers
Beatrice appeared to keep her shopping session brief, leaving with only one bag of supplies, which she carried between her arms.
It is the royal’s second public appearance since marrying Edo in July and comes after the couple returned from a low-key honeymoon in France.
Earlier this summer the couple, who had a secret wedding with just 20 guests, were spotted by an eagle-eyed tourist as they drove ‘a small car absolutely packed to the roof with stuff’ in the south of France.
‘It was such a surprise to see them,’ the tourist said. ‘Edo was behind the wheel and they looked just like any other couple enjoying the beautiful drive.’
MailOnline has contacted Buckingham Palace for comment.
The couple tied the knot on July 17 with Beatrice wearing a 1953 Norman Hartnell dress borrowed from the Queen and the Queen Mary tiara the monarch wore on her own wedding day.
The royal (pictured) wore her red hair in a relaxed flowing style over her shoulders, and ensured she stayed safe during the trip by wearing a medical grade mask
Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson’s daughter (pictured) carried her phone in one hand, and clutched a bag of organic groceries in another
A source said Beatrice and Edo had planned to skip a traditional honeymoon, but decided at the last minute to take a trip across the Channel.
‘The wedding was arranged in a couple of weeks, and with lockdown their choice of honeymoon destinations was severely curtailed.
‘They weren’t going to bother but at the last minute they decided to pack up the car and head out. They’re a very down-to-earth couple.’
It is understood that they are planning a trip to Lamu Island, off Kenya, where Edo’s family own a home and where he took Beatrice in the early days of their romance.
The property developer fell for the Princess after meeting her at the wedding of her sister Princess Eugenie to Jack Brooksbank in October 2018.
At the time he was living with his fiancee Dara Huang, 38, the mother of his four-year-old son Wolfie.
Ms Huang was said to be distraught when Edo began dating Beatrice, but the three are now firm friends. ‘Dara was devastated at the beginning but she has always maintained good relations for the sake of their son,’ said a friend.
‘She and Beatrice get along well. Beatrice is very kind and sweet to Wolfie.’
It emerged that Ms Huang, who runs Design Haus Liberty, an architecture firm, has moved her UK base into the same West London building from which Edo runs his property business.