Princess Beatrice’s Husband Edoardo Shares Touching Family Poem In Honour Of The Queen


Princess Beatrice's Husband Edoardo Shares Touching Family Poem In Honour Of The Queen

Taking to Instagram, the
property developer posted a heartfelt poem written by his half-brother Alby
Shale in a bid to provide comfort to a grieving Princess Beatrice.

The lengthy poem paid tribute
to Her Majesty’s impressive 70-year reign, highlighting her compassion,
leadership and ‘magnanimous charity’. 

It read: “Thank you for
guiding for 70 years. Thank you for guiding with values not spears. Thank
you for guiding your whole adult life. Thank you for guiding with dignity not

“Thank you for being our
Head of State. Thank you for being so out of the debate. Thank you for being
shrewdly serene. Thank you for being everyone’s Queen.”

“Thank you for serving
leadership so rare. Thank you for serving compassion and care. Thank you for
serving needed stability. Thank you for serving with natural ability.”

“Thank you for providing
magnificent clarity. Thank you for providing magnanimous charity. Thank you for
providing moments of glee. Thank you for providing space to be free.”

The emotionally charged poem
ended with a powerful final stanza which read: “Thank you for personifying
sincerity. Thank you for personifying justice. Thank you for personifying
moderation. Thank you for personifying humility. Thank you for
personifying us”. 

Edoardo’s fans were quick to
heap praise on his brother, with one writing: “Such a beautiful tribute,” whilst
a second penned: “This is not only incredibly well written, but it’s a photograph
with words. It captures the delineation and essence of a person.”

“Thank you for sharing
this Edo. Beautiful words. So sorry for your loss,” wrote a third,
and a fourth added: “Deepest sympathies, it’s clear how close Bea was to
her grandmother. A lovely tribute penned by your brother.”

The royal’s poignant post
comes after he paid tribute to the late monarch at Green Park earlier this
week. Paying his respects to the Queen, Edoardo carved out time to view floral tributes
left for the monarch.

The 38-year-old went largely
unnoticed as he knelt down to read touching letters of condolence.

And on Wednesday, Edoardo and
Princess Beatrice attended a moving service at Westminster Hall alongside
other members of the royal family. The Queen’s coffin will now continue to lie
at Westminster Hall until her state funeral, which will be held on 19


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