Edo Mapelli Mozzi Wiki
Edo Mapelli Mozzi Bio
|Edo Mapelli Mozzi is a 34 years old Property Developer born in November 1983. He founded his property consultancy Banda, or “big shed” in Swahili, in 2007. Mozzi specialises in discreetly finding and developing multi-million-pound homes for rich clients. He came to the public limelight for Princess Beatrice of York new boyfriend.|
|Edo Mapelli Mozzi Age||He was born in November 1983, age 34 as of 2018|
|Edo Mapelli Mozzi Occupation||Property Developer|
|Edo Mapelli Mozzi Girlfriend||Princess Beatrice|
Edo Mapelli Mozzi and Princess Beatrice
Princess Beatrice of York is a member of the British royal family. She is the elder daughter of Prince Andrew, Duke of York, and Sarah, Duchess of York. She is eighth in line to succeed her grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.
The pair reportedly met in September 2018, about a month before the Wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank on 12th October 2018. Beatrice and Edo Mozzi have the same circle of friends and were introduced through a mutual chum.
According to the SUN “They hit it off instantly and have a real laugh together. They’ve been on holiday together and Beatrice introduced him to Fergie and her dad. Things are moving very quickly and it wouldn’t surprise anyone if they got engaged within a short period of time.
“They could even be tying the knot in 2019 — it’s already been discussed by her friends.
“Everyone is thrilled that Bea is so happy and in such a good place right now.”
Princess Beatrice has been single since splitting from her American boyfriend Dave Clark in 2016 after a decade together.
He is a divorcee and has a son aged two named Wolfie.
A cricket and opera lover, Mozzi is the stepson of ex-PM David Cameron’s late pal, Christopher Shale, who died of natural causes at Glastonbury festival in 2011.
Edo Mapelli Mozz Banda Property
Edo Mapelli Mozzi has a family background in development and owns Banda, or “big shed” in Swahili, a London-based property company. He started it in 2007, aged 24, with one-off projects, such as extensions and basement conversions but within two years was sourcing development opportunities for clients and his own firm. All of which, he says, gave him a track record when he sought backing for more ambitious boutique developments of six to ten apartments.
The Property Consultancy firm has now a significant portfolio of high-end schemes with around £100m in development, including a Victorian bakery with eight lateral apartments and a new block of contemporary residences, both in Battersea.