Proud Princess Beatrice praises stepson Wolfie as the ‘best big brother’ to daughter Sienna

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Princess Beatrice of York has taken to social media to announce the name of her first born as well as praising her stepson for being the 'best big brother'.

The royal took to Twitter to announce the news as she tweeted: "We are delighted to share that we have named our daughter Sienna Elizabeth Mapelli Mozzi."

She also added a cute photo of Sienna's footprints on a piece of paper.

Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi tied the knot back in 2020 and welcomed their baby girl into the world last month.

They paid tribute to Beatrice's grandmother Queen Elizabeth II by using Elisabeth as her daughter's middle name and Sienna is a nod to Edoardo's Italian heritage.

Beatrice also gave her stepson Christopher Woolf a shout out, calling him the 'best big brother'.

She added: "We are all doing well and Wolfie is the best big brother to Sienna."

Christopher Woolf was born back in 2016 and is Edoardo's son from his previous relationship with architect Dara Huang.

Beatrice and Edoardo are yet to share a photo of their new daughter.

Sienna will be passed on the Italian title of Nobile Donna which means Noble Woman, however it does not come from the Royal family.

The name comes from Edoardo's family, who were part of the Italian nobility before the country became a republic in 1946.

Sienna was born on 18th September at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London, and she weighed six pounds and two ounces.

Beatrice and Edoardo tied the knot back in 2020 in an intimate ceremony at The Royal Chapel of All Saints.

As a result of covid restrictions they were only allowed limited numbers at their nuptials and invited just 14 people to their reception at Royal Lodge.

According to The Sun, the celebration was outside of the property which took social distancing rules that were in place at the time into consideration.

There was also a marquee named 'The Duke of York' which was filled with a jukebox, draft beer and a dartboard, as well as hiring a bouncy castle.

It is thought that guests stayed until the early hours of the morning and slept in glamping pods set up on the grounds of the Windsor home.

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