Vanity Fair's royal correspondent Katie Nicholl revealed Bea and Edo are "very happy and in love", and they certainly appear to be spending more and more time with the royal family.
Last week, the loved up duo attended an event at London club Annabel's - a favourite haunt of the Duchess of York - hosted by American musician Lenny Kravitz in collaboration with Dom Perignon, and eagled-eyed royal fan watchers couldn't help but notice a delicate gold Cartier bracelet round Bea's wrist with the letter 'E' engraved on it.
Earlier this month, Beatrice sparked concern after she was spotted letting her hair down during Celine Dion's set at the British Summer Time Festival in London's Hyde Park.
The Princess attended with little sister Eugenie and a gaggle of friends, but while her sister kept her composure throughout the gig Bea had a glass in her hand all evening and became more intoxicated as the night wore on, leading some friends to believe she is "out of control".
While some would say the Queen's granddaughter is just having a bit of harmless fun, with her younger sister married and said to be expecting her first child, those close to the princess worry that Beatrice is feeling left out.
“Desperate to marry her beau Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, Bea feels worried that her commitment-phobe boyfriend may soon dump her and leave her forever single," claims a source close to the royal.
A source recently leaked: “Beatrice is desperate to get married as soon as possible and is already trying to fall pregnant.
"She wants a family and doesn’t care if she’s pregnant when they walk down the aisle – even though this would be heavily frowned upon by the senior royals."