Brian Laundrie’s dad arrived at a Florida nature preserve Thursday to join the search for his fugitive son, who remains the only person of interest in the death of his fiancée, Long Island native Gabby Petito.
Local TV cameras captured Chris Laundrie walking out of his home in North Port, Fla., with a dark plastic bag in his hands around 10 a.m. He ignored the reporters and protesters who have been outside the property for weeks and drove away in a red pickup truck.
Steve Bertolino, an attorney representing the Laundrie family, later confirmed that the father was indeed assisting the FBI’s manhunt in Sarasota County’s massive Carlton Preserve.
“Chris was asked to point out any favorite trails or spots that Brian may have used in the preserve,” Bertolino told reporters. “Although Chris and Roberta Laundrie provided this information verbally three weeks ago, it is now thought that on-site assistance
Princess Eugenie/Buckingham Palace
Britain’s Princess Beatrice married property developer Edoardo “Edo” Mapelli Mozzi in a surprise private ceremony on Friday — a decidedly quieter celebration than the lavish wedding her sister Eugenie had.
The couple announced their engagement in September, but Buckingham Palace took its time releasing the details of the ceremony following a slew of royal crises and the global pandemic.
In November, Beatrice’s father Prince Andrew resigned from public life following months of public outrage and a disastrous interview with the BBC over his friendship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein prior to Epstein’s death. In January, Beatrice’s cousin Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spurred yet another crisis when they announced their intention to “step back” from their roles as senior royals and become financially independent.
The event was eventually scheduled