Mother of Princess Beatrice's stepson poses outside Buckingham Palace
Mother of Princess Beatrice’s stepson Dara Huang poses for playful snaps outside Buckingham Palace as she teases ‘it’s taken her 10 years to seen the landmark in person’
- Dara Huang, 38, shared snaps of playful visit to Buckingham Palace this week
- Posted photographs on Instagram and teased it had taken her ’10 years’ to visit
- Dara shares son Wolfie with Princess Beatrice’s husband Edo Mapelli Mozzi, 36,
- Edo and Beatrice married earlier this year with Dara set to attend until Covid-19
The mother of Princess Beatrice’s stepson has shared a series of playful snaps posing outside Buckingham Palace as she teased it had taken her ’10 years to see the landmark in person.’
American-Chinese architect Dara Huang, 38, who shares four-year-old son Wolfie with her ex-fiancé property developer Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 36. posted the pictures on her Instagram page yesterday.
She wrote: ‘Can anyone guess where I am?!? Can’t believe after living down the street for 10 years, it took me an ambassadorship from one of my favourite companies, to see this site in person.’
Beatrice, 32, who is ninth in line to the throne and granddaughter of the Queen, married Edo in July, becoming the only princess to marry someone with children and take on a stepchild.
Dara Huang, 38, shared a series of playful snaps posing outside Buckingham Palace as she teased it had taken her ’10 years to see the landmark in person’
The American-Chinese architect shares a young son, three-year-old Christopher ‘Wolfie’ Woolf, with former fiancé of three-and-a-half years, Edo Mapelli Mozzi (pictured together)
In the snaps, Dara could be seen leaping into the air as she posed for pictures at The Queen Victoria Memorial.
Sharing the playful photographs, she hashtagged her post ‘tourist for the day’, adding: ‘Looks just as good up close as it does from the taxi.’
Her visit to the palace comes after sources said Princess Beatrice is a ‘doting stepmother’ who has put up ‘loads of pictures’ of Wolfie in their home so he ‘feels like he has two families’.
Insiders told The Telegraph’s Camilla Tominey that the royal has been embracing her new role, saying: ‘Beatrice ensured there are loads of pictures of him up in their house, so he feels like he has two families, and they do get on well. She has instigated a lot of that, rather than Dara.’
Edo married Beatrice, who is ninth in line to the throne and granddaughter of the Queen, in July, with the royal becoming the only princess to marry someone with children and take on a stepchild
They claimed she has become a regular at collecting Wolfie from nursery and accompanying him home on his scooter.
Friends of the royal said she talks about the youngster ‘all the time’ and has warmly embraced him into her life.
They added that he is ‘super little’ and ‘extremely cute’, adding that Beatrice will always make Wolfie’s happiness ‘her number one priority’ even when she and Edo decide to have children themselves.
In January, a friend of Dara and Edo insisted the estranged couple remain close, with Dara even cutting Edo’s hair and occasionally buying him clothes.
in a series of photographs posted to her Instagram page, the architect leapt into the air on The Queen Victoria Memorial
Their amicable relationship meant Dara was on the original guest list for Edo’s wedding to Beatrice before the coronavirus pandemic forced the couple to cancel their May nuptials.
Beatrice and Edoardo later secretly tied the knot on July 17 in Windsor, with the Queen and Prince Philip in attendance and Wolfie acting as best man.
Dara and Edo dated for three years before splitting in 2018. Edo and Beatrice, who were long-time family friends, started dating in October 2018 and got engaged during a romantic trip to Italy’s Amalfi Coast in September last year, after an 11-month whirlwind romance.
When news of Edo and Beatrice’s romance became public in December 2018, Dara’s father Po-Tien accused the Royal Family of helping to rob his daughter of the chance to walk down the aisle with Edo.
When news of Edo and Beatrice’s romance became public in December 2018, Dara’s father Po-Tien accused the Royal Family of helping to rob his daughter of the chance to walk down the aisle with Edo. Pictured: Edo and Beatrice after announcing their engagement in September 2019
‘Why would they want to go and break this up?’ the retired Nasa scientist said. ‘I can’t understand it. It’s not fair, but the Royal Family are very powerful.’
However, her father’s apparent frustration did not result in Dara cutting ties with her ex-partner.
Dara has recently found love again with 37-year-old London-based financier Filippos Kodellas de la Morena, the son of ‘a Greek diplomat and a well-connected Spanish mother’, according to the Daily Mail diarist Richard Eden. Filippos is also reportedly director of La Perla.
Meanwhile Beatrice and Edo are settling into married life in London. Wolfie also plays an important part in their lives together in the city, with friends previously speaking of the good relationship Beatrice has with her new stepson.
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