Princess Beatrice and her disgraced boyfriend Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi spent the New Year together on an island off Kenya—the same place where he once proposed to the baby mama he later abandoned!
As the The Mail on Sunday reported, Bea and Mozzi were photographed together for the first time since their controversial romance began.
The smitten daughter of Prince Andrew and Fergie was seen hugging her lover and chatting warmly with his mom.
Bea and Mozzi also took romantic walks along a paradise island beach, stoking rumors that they might soon get engaged.
The Princess and her wealthy mogul beau have kept their relationship fairly quiet until now.
There's a good reason why, as Mozzi has been slammed for allegedly dumping Dara Huang, the mother of his son, for Bea.
As RadarOnline.com readers know, Huang's father Po Tien earlier ripped the royals and shared exclusive photos of Huang with Mozzi and their baby son, "Wolfie."
Beatrice, 30, and 35-year-old real estate mogul Mozzi's relationship became public knowledge in England in November.
But the property magnate and Huang once were in a happy relationship and planned to wed.
However, it's clear Mozzi has moved on and The Mail has reported that he and Bea spent the New Year on Lamu, an island off Kenya, where his family owns a coastal estate.
That could be painful news for Huang, as in 2015, Mozzi reportedly proposed to her on the island. It was also where they apparently planned to have their wedding.
Mozzi was engaged to Huang for three-and-a-half years and they welcomed their baby son, now 2, but the tycoon reportedly dropped her to pursue a royal romance.
Huang shared a New Year's message with friends online, writing, "Thank you for the love and support I got from everyone . . . for my strength and blessings. Love, laugh, share, forgive."
But a palace source previously insisted Beatrice would "never allow herself to break into another couple's happiness, especially if there was a small child involved."
Now she seems not to care who sees her with Mozzi as he escorted her around the island paradise.
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