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Princess Beatrice and her father the Duke of York (centre right) during the Royal Windsor Horse Show, which is held in the grounds of Windsor Castle in Berkshire on may 13 2017. I must say the pictures of Lady Louise she looked fantastic more photos here:
Princess Beatrice attended the British Council party/opening of 57th Venice International Art Biennale , on May 9 2017 in Venice Italy
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Princess Beatrice and the Duke of York Attended the Milken Institute Global Summit in LA to promote Pitch@Palace ON MAY 2 2017
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On April 25, 2o17, Princess Beatrice attended a VIP dinner celebrating Mrs Alice for French Sole at The Connaught Hotel in London and a pitch@palce event at the palace.
She said in Vogue:
“I got involved in Kairos through a really good friend of mine,” Princess Beatrice says, explaining that she is also very involved in Pitch@Palace, an organization run by her father, Prince Andrew. “You have to make it okay to empower young people, and say you have the support, the backing, the ear, and the platform in order to make that change. And I find that incredibly motivating.”
What else is at the root of Princess Beatrice’s interest in youth entrepreneurship? “I also have a foundation called Big Change, which works on education reform and supports entrepreneurs as well,” she says. “I think we are now living in a period where we need 21st-century education to support technology requirements, and we need to focus on getting young people the tools necessary in order to succeed.”
Entrepreneurship in the 21st century is an incredibly stimulating field to work in. “I think that what’s really exciting is that there’s no road map, really,” Princess Beatrice says. “You have so many people innovating—and I’m not just talking about disruptive technologies. Right now, I think there’s really a chance to take everything that we’ve learned and educate people to make them be the best that they can be.”
Inspiring words, but does Princess Beatrice ever get time to explore New York City? “I’m a big fan of the Soho House group,” she says, when asked about her favorite local spot. “It’s a good British brand that’s doing very well in the U.S.!” True, and therefore yet another example of entrepreneurial success.
On April 16, 2017, Princess Beatrice attended We day in New York. This event brings together world-renowned speakers, A-list performers, and tens of thousands of youth to celebrate a year of action that transformed communities and changed lives at Radio city hall New York.
Princess Beatrice said: “Your passion and determination are a constant reminder that when you find your cause anything is possible. I want extend a huge thank you for serving as a constant inspiration for my life and for countless others. Now, I’m so excited to introduce our next speaker an incredible woman inside and out. Who is sprearheaded, unfathomable, and the We movement. Please welcome to the stage Winnie Harlow.”