Princess Beatrice attended a garden party at Buckingham Palace on May 16, 2017 in London, England . I don’t like the ratio hat, but the white version is better than that orange ratio hat she wore once.
On may 15 2017, Princess Beatrice attended an award ceremony for her patronage, Oscar’s book Prize 2017. HRH gave a speech that includes her struggles about dyslexia and she presented the award. The Koala Who Could by Rachel Bright and Jim Field (who was not in attendance) were the winners. Rachel and Jim both shared the £5,000 cheque at a reception. The book prize is set up in memory of Oscar Ashton, the son of Evening Standard columnist James Ashton. He died in 2012 at the age of three from an undetected heart condition.
Princess Beatrice was one of the 500 female runners participating in the Lady Garden Campaign 5K in London’s Hyde Park, , On May 13, 2017.
The event was in support of the Silent No More Gynaecological Cancer Fund, which calls for women all over the country to get involved and raise funds and awareness for gynaecological cancers.
The Princess started the race at the front, surrounded by fellow women who were taking part in the female-only fun run.
The Princess completed the race and afterwards posed for a photograph proudly wearing the Lady Garden hooded sweatshirt with her hair restyled into a loose side-plait.
She politely stood for pictures with other runners who were thrilled to have a member of the Royal family among them.
Here’s an interview she did with MSBC:
“I have got the most incredible female role models throughout history that I feel like I carry with me all day, every day. In honour to those women, including my grandmother and my mother, I feel I need to be able to offer support as much as you can.”- Princess Beatrice