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Princess Beatrice and her young family were spotted enjoying all the fun of the fair yesterday on a visit to Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park.

Pushing her ten-week-old daughter Sienna in a trendy £1,000 Fox 3 Bugaboo pram, the 33-year-old appeared relaxed alongside husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.

Also with the pair was Edoardo’s son from a previous relationship, five-year-old Christopher Woolf, known as Wolfie.

After browsing the Christmas market and playing fairground games, the family stopped at a German bratwurst stall in the London park’s Bavarian Village.

Sitting on outdoor benches, they tucked into large hotdogs and hot drinks.

Wearing a winter coat with a fur-lined hood paired with a teal scarf and black bobble hat, Beatrice was barely noticed by the other families.

Pushing her ten-week-old daughter Sienna in a trendy £1,000 Fox 3 Bugaboo pram, Princess Beatrice, 33, appeared relaxed alongside husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in Hyde Park

Edoardo, 38 – known as Edo – also kept a low profile in green flat cap and casual red-and-white trainers.

‘They didn’t want to be made a fuss of. They were just really normal and nice,’ said one onlooker yesterday.

‘They stopped at a tombola stall and a stall where you throw rings over a hoop and seemed to be enjoying the traditional fairground games.

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‘They did not go on any of the scary rides. It looked like they were enjoying having a very low-key day at the park and getting into the festive mood.’

The two-hour visit was a rare public appearance for the pair since the birth of Sienna on September 18 in Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.

After browsing the Christmas market and playing fairground games, the family stopped at a German bratwurst stall in the London park’s Bavarian Village

Last month, they attended the wedding of Princess Diana’s godson Prince Philippos of Greece and Swiss heiress Nina Flohr in Athens.

During the trip, Edo posted a picture on Instagram showing him and Wolfie, whose mother is the American architect and designer Dara Huang, at the Acropolis.

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Brighton boss Powell says Women’s FA Cup prize money does ‘not match up’ with the growth of the game

HOPE POWELL has backed fan-led demands for more prize money for clubs competing in the Women’s FA Cup.  

And the Brighton manager reckons the cash fund for fourth-round winners does “not match up” with the women’s game’s popularity.

2Hope Powell reckons prize money for women's sides battling in the fourth round of the FA Cup should be more than what is currently offeredCredit: PA

Powell, whose Seagulls play Arsenal later, was speaking ahead of Albion’s FA Cup clash with Reading - one of 16 of fourth-round ties taking place this weekend.

Women’s sides who win duels at this point are currently awarded £2000, while clubs that lose collect £500.

This is in stark contrast to the £90,000 given to men’s teams who triumph at this stage.

Powell said: "Prize money in this round arguably should be more.

“How much more? I don't know, but the figures don’t quite match up to where the game is at the moment.

"With what the game is offering, the attention it's receiving and the players and all that they do for the professionalisation of it all, everybody's striving for that.

“There is an appetite for it with where the women's game is at now, with its fanbase at (last year's) final at Wembley and the (crowd) numbers (of more than 40,000) that game commanded.

“I don't think the figures quite match up to where the game is at present.”

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Powell’s comments come a month after Chelsea boss Emma Hayes said Cup prize money for women's clubs was not ‘anywhere near where it needs to be’.  

And Tottenham chief Rehanne Skinner believes rewards for teams battling to win the trophy needs to align with the progress the contest has made.

A peak audience of 1.3million tuned into the BBC to watch Chelsea beat Arsenal 3-1 in last year’s final in December.

“Everybody is working incredibly hard to evolve the women's game. That's got to be reflected in what the prize money is and the way the clubs are supported.

Rehanne Skinner - Tottenham head coach

And the record TV audience for a women’s club game on national television remains the 2.2million who watched Manchester City defeat West Ham in the 2019 FA Cup final.

Today, Skinner told reporters: “Everybody is working incredibly hard to evolve the women's game.

"That's got to be reflected in what the prize money is and the way the clubs are supported in terms of performance levels."

On Wednesday politicians from across the parties led a debate calling on the sport's authorities to review the matter.

And Labour MP Alison McGovern slammed the gulf in funds awarded to men’s and women’s sides urging the government to press football chiefs to look at the issue.

Cup winning men’s teams currently bank £1.8million while their female counterparts receive £25,000.

The former Shadow Sports Minister said: “There's absolutely no objective justification for this incredible disparity in prize money. It's our flagship competition.”

The Women’s Football Fan Collective is among a number of groups and individuals demanding equal cash prizes for teams.

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2Women's FA Cup winners earn £25,000 whilst men's teams receive a £1.8million in prize moneyCredit: Getty

Its members are due to host a virtual town hall meeting this evening in the run-up to games this weekend.

Organisers have called on spectators to join supporter-led protests at fourth-round FA Cup matches.

They plan to lead chants calling for action in the 51st and 71st minute of games on Saturday and Sunday. 

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