Sir Edward de Beauchamp is an English knight in the service of Baron Reginald de Grey. He is described as noble in appearance but his manner is decidedly brutish, thinking nothing of violently imposing his will on commoners whilst paying the utmost respect to his superiors. He is a nephew of the Earl of Warwick, William de Beauchamp, and a cousin of King Edward's household steward, Sir Walter de Beauchamp.
Sir Edward is renowned for his military abilities. As part of the Earl of Warwick's force charged with breaking the Welsh siege of Conwy Castle in 1294, Sir Edward stormed the Welsh commander's tent and killed him.