Princess Beatrice is scheduled to tie the knot with Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi next year. Even though their wedding date, venue, and other details have yet to be confirmed, royal fans are already convinced that the big day will be postponed.

Last week, Prince Andrew sat down for an interview with Emily Maitlis regarding his alleged sex scandal. After watching the interview, royal fans believed that the Duke of York ruined his daughter’s wedding.

On Twitter, one of them said that Princess Beatrice must be considering scaling back her wedding plans because Britons are not in the mood to shell out millions after hearing what Prince Andrew said. Another royal fan said that if Princess Beatrice’s wedding will push through, she shouldn’t allow her dad to walk her down the aisle.

“Princess Eugenie was clever getting married when her dad was implicated with Epstein the pedophile - sex trafficking and orgies. Princess Beatrice wedding may be picketed by protestors with pitchforks,” another royal fan tweeted.

Meanwhile, this isn’t the only time that Prince Andrew was accused of ruining his eldest daughter’s special day. On Twitter, royal expert Marlene Koenig said that Princess Beatrice’s nuptial will be collateral damage.

“I will not be surprised if she has a rather quiet wedding, out of the public eye, with a few photos, no live coverage. This will be better than an announcement that they have decided to postpone marriage,” she said.

Last month, rumors also swirled that Princess Beatrice has already banned Prince Andrew from her wedding. A source told Globe that Princess Beatrice phoned her dad to tell him the devastating news, and she ended up crying.

“In a heartbreaking phone call, she tearfully told Andrew that she didn’t want him walking her down the aisle or at her wedding. She was so thrilled when fiancé Edoardo proposed. Now, she’s down in the dumps over the shame and backlash caused by her father,” the source said.

Princess Beatrice and Prince Andrew Prince Andrew, Duke of York, stands with his daughter, Princess Beatrice, on the balcony of Buckingham Palace following the Trooping the Colour ceremony on June 17, 2006. Anwar Hussein/WireImage