The glamorous American-Chinese architect, 38, shares son Christopher – known as Wolfie – with ex-partner Edo Mapelli Mozzi, who wed the royal last summer with the youngster acting as ‘best man’.
Yesterday Dara shared a series of snaps to
The little boy captured a stunning image of his mother, dressed in an elegant nude-gold satin dress from Ode to 82, on the beach, walking towards him from the shore.
Princess Beatrice’s four-year-old stepson is a ‘talented’ photographer according to his mother Dara Huang, who shared this snap taken by Wolfie
Another candid photo snapped by Wolfie shows Dara glancing over her shoulder as she paddles in the sea.
Wolfie also filmed a short video clip of his mother walking towards him along the sand before moving the camera to capture the water lapping on the shore.
Dara, who branded Wolfie ‘baby Picasso’ in her hashtags, captioned the post: ‘Sometimes I pick up my phone and find that my baby has taken all of these incredible photos.
‘I think he’s really talented (biased of course). Check out these photos he took on the beach!’
Another candid photo snapped by Wolfie shows Dara glancing over her shoulder as she paddles in the sea
Her post attracted more than 1,300 likes, with many of her 33,200 followers commenting on the little boy’s ‘great eye’.
One branded him a ‘photographer in the making’ while another joked: ‘Meanwhile I have 1,000 shots of my kids nostrils – these are beautiful!’
An impressed fan wrote: ‘Wolfe did awesome!’ while one simply remarked: ‘Wow!’
‘I must say Wolfe is a pretty pro camera man – happy holidays!’ commented another, and one gushed: ‘Aww.. beautiful…!! Talented just like his mommy.’
In further posts from their trip, Dara encouraged people to add the Algarve to their bucket list, describing Portugal as an ‘incredibly gorgeous country with incredibly hospitable people’.
Dara has previously revealed that her young son is already learning to speak mandarin to encourage him to embrace his heritage, and plays the drums.
It’s believed Dara made it back to the UK before Portugal was moved to the amber countries list for travel, meaning holidaymakers are now required to quarantine at home for 10 days and take two Covid-19 tests.
Dara has previously revealed that her young son is already learning to speak mandarin to encourage him to embrace his heritage, and plays the drums. Pictured together on their Portugal holiday
Glamorous Dara encouraged people to add the Algarve to their bucket list, describing Portugal as an ‘incredibly gorgeous country with incredibly hospitable people’
When Beatrice – who is expecting her first baby in the autumn – married Italian property developer Edo, she became the only princess to wed someone with children and take on a stepchild.
According to reports, the princess is a ‘doting stepmother’ who has put up ‘loads of pictures’ of Wolfie in their home so he ‘feels like he has two families’.
Insiders told The Daily Telegraph’s Camilla Tominey that the royal has been embracing her new role, saying: ‘Beatrice ensured there are loads of pictures of him up in their house, so he feels like he has two families, and they do get on well. She has instigated a lot of that, rather than Dara.’
They claimed she has become a regular at collecting Wolfie from nursery and accompanying him home on his scooter.
When Beatrice – who is expecting her first baby in the autumn – married Italian property developer Edo, she became the only princess to wed someone with children and take on a stepchild
Beatrice’s baby will be the second grandchild for Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson and the Queen’s 12th great-grandchild following the arrival of Prince Harry and Meghan’s Markle’s second child in the summer.
The princess’ baby boy or girl will be born 11th in line to the throne, but although their mother is a princess, he or she will not have a royal title.
Only grandchildren of the monarch through the male line are automatically entitled to the styling of HRH. This means he or she will be plain Master or Miss Mapelli Mozzi.
The Queen could bestow a title on her great-grandchild if desired, but it is unlikely to be asked for.