Princess Beatrice weight loss: Royal ‘came back stronger’ after baby – ‘all about balance’

Princess Beatrice's baby name announcement analysed by expert

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Princess Beatrice, 33, and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 38, married back in July 2020 in a very limited ceremony due to the coronavirus pandemic. The royal couple welcomed their first child, Sienna Elizabeth Mapelli Mozzi on September 18, 2021. One month later on October 23, the Princess jetted off to Greece for the wedding of Princess Diana’s godson, Prince Philippos of Greece and Denmark.

The Greek royal married Nina Flohr, with both Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie in attendance.

Beatrice looked great one month post-birth in a long-sleeved maxi dress from Gucci with a pink sequin bow, a gown the royal had been seen wearing in 2018.

As well as being photographed walking around London with her husband and baby, even getting snapped in the popular Hyde Park attraction Winter Wonderland on November 27, the Princess most recently attended Kate Middleton’s organised carol service in Westminster Abbey on December 8.

Wrapped up warm in a camel coat by The Fold, new mum Beatrice looked very elegant as she walked with Edoardo, who put on a dapper display in a navy suit.

The royal’s figure looked fantastic despite giving birth only three months before.

Health and fitness coach Sarah Campus from LDN MUMS FITNESS spoke exclusively to about what Princess Beatrice might have done to get her body back post-birth.

Sarah said: “It is very clear from Princess Beatrice’s postpartum journey that she has the essential determination and balanced approach to food for getting her ‘body back’.

“Her body never actually went anywhere except to grow a baby and actually come back stronger as a result.

“The most important thing is consistency.

“Consistency in terms of carrying out a structured return to exercise programme that is safe for postpartum, concentrating on the core, and pelvic floor before introducing weights.

“As previously mentioned, she will have a colourful and balanced nutrition plan whereby she is getting enough lean quality protein, carbohydrates, vitamins and healthy fats in each and every meal and is eating enough.

“There is the common misconception that you need to remove certain food groups but this is completely wrong.

“It is all about balance and colour, having enough fibre and essential vitamins.

“Not only this but it seems that Princess Beatrice has support which allows her to get quality sleep which is also a very essential part to postpartum recovery.

“Postpartum mothers need to give themselves time before looking at getting their body back and in particular getting back into exercise.

“Natural births need a minimum of six weeks and c-section births need a minimum of 12 weeks before returning to exercise.

“It’s all about listening to your body and healing the body from inside out in terms of rehabilitating the deeper core muscles and strengthening the pelvic floor firstly before considering anything else.”

The couple have only been spotted a handful of times since the arrival of their little girl.

Beatrice and Edoardo confirmed their daughter’s name announcing on social media: “We are delighted to share that we have named our daughter Sienna Elizabeth Mapelli Mozzi.

“We are all doing well and Wolfie is the best big brother to Sienna.”

While the couple are yet to release a photo of the latest addition to the Royal Family, they did share a sweet picture of their daughter’s footprints.

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