Royal weddings are one of the most anticipated events of the year, but even the royals aren’t immune to the effects of COVID-19 From the postponement to the complete overhaul of plans, here are all the couples, their big ones Days were affected by the pandemic

Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi surprised royal fans when they confirmed that they would be joining on Jan. July had secretly married in the Royal Chapel of All Saints on the grounds of Beatrice’s family home Royal Lodge Windsor

The couple was originally supposed to live in the Chapel Royal in St James’s Palace in May, followed by a reception at Buckingham Palace, but had no choice but to change their plans to comply with coronavirus restrictions

Although Kate Middleton’s brother James is technically not a member of the royal family, he reportedly canceled his wedding to fiancée Alizee Thevenet after the coronavirus.The two were due to exchange vows in the summer of 2020 but apparently decided it was impractical is to have celebrations amid the coronavirus pandemic and will re-examine their plans once all guests are happy and safe

The Austrian King Eleonore von Habsburg and Jerome d’Ambrosio announced on 20 Married July 2020 in Monaco in a civil ceremony in compliance with COVID-19 restrictions

The event was only attended by their closest family members, after which a larger group of guests were invited to toast the couple over a socially detached lunch. Once restrictions are lifted, the bride and groom plan to have a larger church wedding as planned / p>

Princess Theodora of Greece and Denmark and her future American lawyer, Matthew Kumar, were due to get married on the Greek island of Spetses in May 2020.Nevertheless, a statement was released confirming that the pandemic forced the couple to postpone their plans On her wedding day, Princess Theodora went on Instagram to share her replacement celebrations – an ode to Theodora’s Greek heritage with Greek food and decorations in the Greek national colors of white and blue

Princess Alexandra’s granddaughter Flora Ogilvy married financier Timothy Vesterberg in September 2020 at the Chapel Royal in St. James’s Palace in London, where Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi were originally supposed to say, “I do” Lockdown restrictions had eased by this point, but the couple could still only invite a few close relatives and friends to the event

Princess Diana’s godson, Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark, married Nina Flohr in December 2020 at a surprising royal wedding.Only two witnesses were present at the ceremony: Nina’s father Thomas Flohr and Prince Philip’s father, King Constantine of Greece after their wedding A statement was issued confirming that “immediate family” also congratulated the newlyweds after the ceremony, while “further details of the upcoming religious wedding will be provided in due course”

Princess Raiyah bint Al-Hussein brought British-born journalist Ned Donovan together in a socially distant ceremony in England in July 2020. She revealed that she had had to cancel her original wedding plans, saying, “Thank you for all of your kind messages Our wedding! While it was originally scheduled for April in Jordan, the pandemic derailed those plans and it was safer for my husband’s family to keep it in the UK If God willing, we look forward to celebrating in Jordan when the situation arises allowed “

Princess Eeuphelma Choden Wangchuck from Bhutan and Dasho Thinlay Norbu got married in October 2020 Small details were released but the ceremony had a limited guest list

Princess Diana’s niece Lady Amelia Spencer and fiance Greg Mallett got engaged in the summer of 2020.Since then, she has spoken of her hopes of tying the knot at her aunt’s children’s home, Althorp House, and said to Tatler, “It’s ours Family home, it’s beautiful We would be very lucky to get married there “Should the couple hope to get married soon after the current lockdown, they will likely have to stick to a limited guest list as well

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