Royal commentators believe that the United Kingdom will likely force Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi to go into a 14-day quarantine when they return to the country. Speaking on Royally Obsessed podcast, the hosts Rachel Bowie and Roberta Fiorito discussed the newly wedded couple's secret and "low-key" honeymoon.

The duo speculated that the York Princess and her husband are still out of the United Kingdom. Although the details of their honeymoon have remained undisclosed, Bowie and Fiorito heard from sources that they chose to do a mini-honeymoon in France, according to the Daily Express.

They added that Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi flew out of U.K. either last week or the week before that. The commentators, also, revealed that they are planning to go on a much bigger and more "luxurious" honeymoon later this month.

As to where and when exactly their lavish honeymoon will be, the British Royals have yet to respond to the inquiries. But, Bowie and Fiorito asserted that they will certainly go into quarantine for two weeks when they return.

The publication said that the United Kingdom's government has encouraged the public to avoid any travels outside the country, except for the "essential" flights. But, if traveling from other countries, all individuals will need to undergo two weeks of isolation.

Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi secretly tied the knot on July 19. The details, as well as the photos from their special day, came about a day after the event.

Reports said that the couple invited only a few guests on the grounds of Windsor. Aside from the Duke and Duchess of York, alongside Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip are the only British Royals who were present that day.

The eldest York Princess wore the Queen's tiara and gown. It was the same gown that the British Monarch wore on the premiere of Lawrence of Arabia in London, in 1962, according to Harper's Bazaar. Sources, later on, claimed that she borrowed it from her grandmother after having a "last-minute change of heart" days before her wedding day.

Since their engagement last year, Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, reportedly, emphasized that they wanted a small and private wedding event. They, also, originally set a May wedding but, ended up cancelling the ceremony due to the pandemic crisis.

Previous reports alleged that they postponed the wedding to 2021. So, it came as a surprise when Buckingham Palace confirmed that they already tied the knot last month.