Princess Beatrice is mourning the death of her beloved dog, Orange after he reportedly ate mystery poison during his walk.
According to The Sun, the Norfolk Terrier returned to Princess Beatrice’s home in Windsor Great Park distressed and was immediately rushed to the vet. Unfortunately, no one was able to identify the mystery toxin. Princess Beatrice was left with the devastating decision to have her dog put down.
At present, there have been fears of whether or not Orange was deliberately poisoned and if Princess Beatrice’s four other dogs, Jack, Cici, Teddy, and Ginger are also at risk.
“No one seems to know if the poison was a natural substance like a fungus or if there is a dog-hating maniac on the loose. Obviously, Beatrice is keeping a close eye on her other pets,” a source said.
In related news, Princess Beatrice also made headlines on New Year’s after she was photographed vacationing with her boyfriend Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. The couple spent some time on a beach in Lamum near Kenya days ago. Princess Beatrice was photographed in a black swimsuit and sarong during her latest outing.
Before dating Princess Beatrice, Mozzi was engaged to a woman named Dara Huang for three and a half years. The ex-couple continued to live together for some weeks after his romance with Princess Beatrice started. Mozzi asked for Huang’s hand in marriage on the same beach where he and Princess Beatrice vacationed in during the holidays, according to Daily Mail.
Meanwhile, Princess Beatrice’s mom, Sarah Ferguson talked about her eldest daughter’s infamous wedding hat that she wore to Prince William and Kate Middleton’s royal wedding in 2011.
Her 2013 interview with Australia’s “60 Minutes” was revisited last week. Journalist Michael Usher asked the mom of two how she felt when she saw Princess Beatrice’s hat.
“I think she’s so perfect in every way. I think Beatrice had the most incredible outfit on, she looked really good,” the proud mom said.
But Ferguson said that if only she was there, she would have encouraged Princess Beatrice to wear a different hat.