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While she may not be short of royal residences herself, Princess Beatrice is set to inherit a magical Italian palace that has been in her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi’s family for generations.
Edo's family line stretches back all the way to the 10th Century which will allow Beatrice to inherit one of the grandest villas in Italy.
The couple, who is expecting their first child this autumn, regularly visit Villa Mapelli Mozzi which is located an hours drive from Lake Como.
The royal home is complete with 13 bedrooms, two libraries, an outdoor swimming pool and 18,000 square feet of space.
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The palace also features a sister property located on the grounds which is available for use by the public.
The villa is available for holiday rentals on the website Booking for £14,700 for a week in May. It is also tipped as a perfect wedding venue.
The perfect nuptials are easy to imagine when looking at pictures of the home that features Venetian marble floorings throughout and eye catching colourful furniture.
The interior really is fit for royalty featuring lavish chandeliers and grand stucco ceilings.
Edo's father, Count Alessandro Mapelli Mozzi, previously said how much the couple love spending time in Italy.
He said: “Edo loves Italy, loves Italian food and architecture. I think Beatrice loves Italy, too. I think that's why he decided to propose there.”
Edoardo runs the company Banda which specializes in finding and developing homes for wealthy clients.
Whilst Edoardo's net worth has never been shared publicly, he is reportedly a multi-millionaire. According to LinkedIn, his company has a gross value of £700 million.
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