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Princess Beatrice: Sweet Declaration of Love to Baby Sienna & Stepson Wolfie

A completely new phase of life began for Princess Beatrice with the birth of her daughter. But her stepson Wolfie is also very close to Queen Elizabeth’s granddaughter.

LONDON – Princess Beatrice (33) and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi (38) have had a new focus since the birth of their daughter Sienna Elizabeth last September. Edoardo’s son from a previous relationship is not neglected. Little Wolfie (5) has a permanent place in his stepmother’s heart.* shows Princess Beatrice’s sweet declaration of love to daughter Sienna and stepson Wolfie.

Since Princess Beatrice has been in a relationship with Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, his son Wolfie has been an integral part of her life. The granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II (95) did an excellent job as a stepmother right from the start and has developed a close relationship with the little boy over the years. She even affectionately refers to him as her “bonus son.” While the birth of Beatrice’s daughter Sienna Elizabeth last September changed the dynamic in the blended family, Wolfie is by no means neglected. The princess recently emphasized that he was a great big brother. With so much harmony and love, it is hardly surprising that Beatrice not only sends a loving sign to her own child with a special piece of jewelry, but also to her husband’s son. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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