Princess Beatrice’s stepson Wolfie looks adorable in rare Dubai holiday snaps

Princess Beatrice’s stepson has been seen looking adorable on a glamorous holiday in Dubai in rare snaps shared by his mother.

Beatrice, 33, became stepmum to five-year-old Christopher, known as Wolfie, when she married property developer Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 38, last year.

The youngster splits his time between his father and mum Dara Huang, who also lives in London.

Beatrice gave birth to their first child Sienna earlier this year and while the pair enjoy their first months with their newborn, Dara took the lad on a glitzy trip to the UAE.

And she shared pictures of him having fun in the sun in on her Instagram page.

Dara posted an adorable photo of the pair sitting on a statue of a camel and one of them playing together on the beach.

She wore: “It's always summer in Dubai! The best part of visiting these exotic lands is you get to take a piece of it back.

“Thank you for this quick trip that included some very special women in my life. I'll be back early next year to catch up with even more friends that I wasn't able to see this time around!

“I’m so happy to take these quick trips and get spurts of inspiration of culture and nature. Every time I see something that catches my eye, I take a photo of it and I try to remember the character that made it so special.”

Edoardo was engaged to Dara, an architect with her own design company, for three-and-a-half years.

The couple split in 2018, a year before he popped the question to Princess Beatrice.

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They tied the knot on July 17 last year in a low-key ceremony in Windsor, with the Queen and Prince Philip in attendance and Wolfie as best man.

In September, Beatrice gave birth to baby girl Sienna weighing 6lbs 2oz at 11.42pm at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, in London.

Although her mother is a princess, Sienna, who is the Queen's 12th great-grandchild, will not have a royal title.

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