Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi’s child given ‘noble woman’ title

Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi's newborn child has been given an official title after the little girl entered the world on Saturday.

Beatrice gave birth to the six pound, two ounce little girl on Saturday in London and both she and the baby are reportedly doing well.

The baby is 11th in line to the throne and is the Queen's 12th great-grandchild.

The child, whose name has not yet been made public, will be given the Italian title of Nobile Donna, Italian for Noble Woman, The Sun reports.

She inherits the title from her father's side. Edoardo's official title is Count, having come from pre-war era Italian nobility.

This means all of his children will also inherit his count or countess title.

Edoardo's dad, Count Allessandro Mapelli Mozzi, previously told the Daily Mail: “Edoardo is the only male descendent taking the family into the next generation.

“He is a count, his wife will be a countess automatically and any of their children will be counts or nobile donna.”

The new baby has also switched up the line of succession with her birth.

The top 10 in line for the throne remains the same but, due to the baby sitting in 11th place, below her mother Princess Beatrice, anybody previously in line outside the top 11 goes down one place.

Those being knocked down a place include Beatrice's sister Princess Eugenie and her nephew August, Prince Edward, Viscount Severn, Lady Louise Windsor and Princess Anne.

Zara Tindall, the daughter of Princess Anne, has now fallen out of the top 20.

Beatrice and Edoardo first announced they were expecting a child together in May after they secretly wed in Windsor during lockdown in July 2020.

The happy couple married in front of a small mix of guests, including the Queen, the late Prince Phillip and other close family members.

The Queen is said to have a close relationship with Beatrice and even loaned her several items for her wedding, including the dress and tiara.

The glamorous dress, which was designed by Norman Hartnell, was most notably worn by the Queen during the premiere of Lawrence of Arabia in 1962.

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