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Princess Beatrice's husband Edoardo's space age kitchen unveiled

Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi and team have designed a unique kitchen

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Rachel Avery
Homes Editor
18 April 2023
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Princess Beatrice's husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi is a successful interior designer, and his skills are showcased via his company's Instagram feed

On Tuesday, the brand uploaded a new photograph of a space designed by them, and it is seriously mind-blowing.

The totally modern cooking area includes a chef's kitchen style stainless steel island with three stools neatly lined up beside it. An industrial style light hangs above the giant station sitting in the middle of the room, and there are countertops and cupboards around the edge. The panoramic windows offer up snowy mountain news, adding to the cool nature of this edgy design.

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The caption reads: "The heart of the chalet featuring this winning stainless still and travertine kitchen #kitchen #chalet #travertine."

"Dream kitchen," "Whoa this is amazing" and "This is a dream" were among the comments left on the post.

It's one of many incredible rooms that we've seen Edoardo and Co. showcase online, and other highlights have included an all-marble bathroom with luxurious finishes and a super plush cinema room complete with a floral couch and velvet drapes.

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Edoardo is a professional designer

We can only imagine how stunning Edoardo's own home with Princess Beatrice and their daughter Sienna must be. The family have an idyllic country estate in the Cotswolds, and the £3 million property is said to have six-foot security gates installed ahead of the royals moving in.

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HELLO! understands the incredible estate also comes with a swimming pool and tennis courts. We're sure little Sienna will enjoy summers outside with those kind of features.

Princess Beatrice wearing a 'Wifey for Lifey' bag bu Sophia Webster © Getty Images
Edoardo and Princess Beatrice have relocated to the Cotswolds

Edoardo's design flair and knowledge for property could have blossomed at a young age as speaking to the Telegraph, he revealed his unique childhood living situation: "We lived in old mill houses, that kind of thing – I like trying to work out how to make an old building function for modern life," he said.

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