He continued: "So it wouldn’t surprise me if Bea’s wedding has to be postponed until next year. Certainly the Queen and Philip would be taking a risk by going to a gathering of two or three hundred people. It just doesn’t bear thinking about.
"Edo has already tweeted about his concerns for old people and how shops should open just for them to get food and supplies.
"He is wealthy but clearly a caring person and he and Bea will want to do what’s best for society in general and the family.
"They have been incredibly unlucky but everyone is making sacrifices and they are no different.
"The situation is changing by the minute but I’d be amazed if the wedding went ahead as planned in May."
It was only in February that Bea was reportedly “furious” about having to postpone her nuptials to fiancé Edo for the second time and now she is again facing the same fate.
At the time, the unfortunate princess was reportedly livid about having to change her wedding plans due to the continuing drama surrounding her father, Prince Andrew.
Despite the bad news, royal insiders reportedly told The Sun the wedding was still going ahead on May 29, as previously reported, with a reception at Buckingham Palace.
“The decision has been delayed repeatedly because of all the issues, but finally they have something that seems to work — and barring any problems that should be when it goes ahead,” a source claimed at the time.
Her Majesty was also reportedly asked for the royal family to come together and show a united front as they prepared to celebrate Beatrice and Edo’s nuptials.
The royal revelation comes after it was revealed Edo has shared a heartwarming message on social media about helping the elderly amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Taking to Twitter on Tuesday, the 37-year-old urged the UK to follow the steps of other supermarkets across the globe that are now extending their hours for senior citizens.
“We have a duty to protect the vulnerable,” Edo wrote.
“There are lots of innovative things the private sector can do and absolutely everybody needs to show empathy and kindness to those that need the help the most.”