Prince Andrew’s Home Undergoes Renovation by Princess Beatrice’s Husband

Prince Andrew’s residence at Royal Lodge is undergoing a transformation, thanks to the efforts of Princess Beatrice’s husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. Since stepping down as a working royal in 2019, Prince Andrew has been spending most of his time at Royal Lodge, which has recently been showing signs of disrepair.

Recent reports have highlighted the dilapidated state of some of the outhouses on the property, with peeling paint and neglected maintenance. Inside the home, Sarah Ferguson’s collection of novelty teapots has been a prominent feature in her YouTube videos.

One of the most peculiar aspects of Prince Andrew’s living space is his fondness for teddy bears, with former staff members revealing that it was a daily ritual to arrange his 72 teddy bears in order of size. Despite his military service, Prince Andrew’s attachment to these childhood toys has remained a constant in his life.

Visitors to Royal Lodge have described the interiors as chaotic, with Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew both being avid collectors. Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, who is the chief executive of a luxury property and interior design company, has taken on the challenge of revamping the home to make it more manageable and organized.

As the founder of Banda Property, a prestigious company based in central London, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi is bringing his expertise in property management and interior design to elevate the living space at Royal Lodge. With his innovative approach and eye for detail, Prince Andrew’s home is set to undergo a remarkable transformation under his guidance.