Say what?! Mom of Princess Beatrice’s stepson posts touristy pics outside Buckingham Palace

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Dara Huang poses outside Buckingham Palace (Photo: Dara Huang/Instagram)
Dara Huang poses outside Buckingham Palace (Photo: Dara Huang/Instagram)

Her ex may be married to the queen’s granddaughter but hey, we all need a dose of posey fangirl pics once in a while.

Dara Huang, an American architect and designer whose former fiancé, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi (37), is married to Princess Beatrice (32), shared a series of touristy posts outside Buckingham Palace recently.  

“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! (Looks just as good up close as it does from the taxi!),” she captioned the shots.

The American architect and designer and Edo share a son, Christopher Woolf (4) – or Wolfie as he’s known – who splits his time between his father, who lives in the grounds of Kensington Palace, and his mother.

Despite their relationship ending shortly before Edo fell for Beatrice, Dara had only good wishes for them on their nuptials.

“I wish the best for Edo and Beatrice and look forward to uniting our families,” she said in a statement after they announced their engagement last year. 

Beatrice made history when she wed the property developer in July as it marked the first time in modern history that a British princess had become a stepmother.

She’s embraced Wolfie as her own, according to sources. “Beatrice is a wonderful and hands-on stepmom,” a source told US People. “He’s very much part of their life.”

She also apparently can’t wait to have her own children. 

“Bea is planning to start a family with Edo soon and is hoping it’ll happen this year,” a source told Us Weekly.

In September her sister, Princess Eugenie (30), and her husband, wine merchant Jack Brooksbank (34), announced they’re expecting their first baby early next year.

Sources: people.com, Instagram

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