The online publication also reports that Edoardo and Huang are now on good terms.
“Dara feels lucky that she and Edo are so amicable that splitting time with Wolfie hasn’t been an issue and he remains happy,” a source told the Mail. “They take turns over who stays in the family house, keeping Wolfie in a consistent environment. Beatrice has been kind to allow them to do so.”
The source added: “Dara and Edo are finding co-parenting to be a great way for one of them to be with Wolfie at all times as they both have busy schedules.”
Edo's ex-fiancee has made it known that she is overjoyed at the idea of uniting their families.
The Chinese-American architect gave a statement to The Daily Mail expressing her happiness for the couple following news of their engagement.
“I wish the best for Edo and Beatrice and look forward to uniting our families,” she told the publication.
Dara and Edo met in London through mutual friends in 2015. The pair were together for three years before calling it quits.
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