We can’t leave Euge and Bea out of our little venture! I know they aren’t officially “working royals”, but hey. They still get out there and try to make the world a better place.
We have to go back to January for this one, but we really weren’t in business then, so it’s okay.
Princess Beatrice gave a speech at the Education World Forum in London, the largest gathering of education and skills Ministers in the world. I always give a big cheer when I see Bea at the podium. It’s not an easy thing to do if you have dyslexia.
She also met with the British Ambassador to Laos & the Lao Ambassador to the UK at Buckingham Palace.
Last week, as part of Education World Forum (#EWF2019), Princess Beatrice met the British Ambassador to Laos, Mr Hugh Evans & the Lao Ambassador to the UK, Mr Sayakane Sisouvong at Buckingham Palace. pic.twitter.com/dxrhCCVPQp
— The Duke of York (@TheDukeOfYork) February 1, 2019
Beatrice also attended Street Child UK’s “Education in Emergencies “panel at the House of Lords on Feb. 19th.
Princess Eugenie has been busy as well. She visited Queen’s Medical Centre on the 26th, where she spoke with some of the country’s leading spinal experts and met with patients who had undergone the same spinal procedure as she had.
— West Bridgford Wire (@westbridgfdwire) February 26, 2019
And of course she had to pop by Windsor and see what all the fuss was about.
In the Grand Reception Room at Windsor Castle, Princess Eugenie is shown round the @RCT exhibition ‘A Royal Wedding: HRH Princess Eugenie and Mr Jack Brooksbank’, which opens today and runs until 22 April.
— The Duke of York (@TheDukeOfYork) March 1, 2019
It is very hard to find any positive news on the Yorks’, which is very sad. It seems everyone does their best to avoid all discussion of the charities they are involved in, and the good that they do. But they are out there, and they are trying to make an impact. Keep on keeping on, ladies. I’m sure it is much appreciated by all involved.