The Princesses of York:
A blog dedicated to Their Royal Highnesses Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie of York
hrhprincessbeatriceblog:

I’m Excited for this event!




HRH Princess Beatrice is to carry out a number of engagements across the Island on Monday, June 16.
The Princess, daughter of Prince Andrew will visit Carisbrooke Castle, Whippingham Church and Priory School in Whippingham, as well as Osborne House in nearby East Cowes.
Her Royal Highness will be welcomed to the Island by HM Lord-Lieutenant Major General Martin White CB CBE JP, who comments:
“I am delighted that HRH is visiting the Island. Her forebear’s links with our community are numerous and we are very much looking forward to, not only sharing some of those important historical connections, but also introducing today’s Isle of Wight and its people.”
At Carisbrooke Castle, HRH Princess Beatrice will see where her great great great aunt and namesake, Princess Beatrice lived as governor to the Isle of Wight until her death in 1944. She will visit the museum, the Princess Beatrice Garden and First World War memorial chapel.
Princess Beatrice will then proceed to Priory School, Whippingham to help celebrate 150 years of continued education and unveil a plaque to commemorate this. On the princess’s arrival a senior school pupil will ring the school’s Victoria Bell and the school’s choir will sing. Princess Beatrice will tour the school, in particular the junior school and reception.
Following this she will go to Whippingham Church with its royal connections and the tomb of the late Princess Beatrice and her husband Prince Henry of Battenburg. This will be followed by a visit to Osborne House.
The Princess will have a working lunch hosted by English Heritage which will be attended by young entrepreneurs and achievers from the Island.
The chairman of the Isle of Wight Council, Councillor Ian Ward will attend the lunch and introduce some of the young people who have been invited to talk to the princess about their achievements.
He said:
“It will be a real honour to help showcase the Island to Princess Beatrice and highlight the achievements of some of our young people.”
This lunch will be followed by a tour of the house, Swiss Cottage and the beach conducted by Osborne House’s curator, Michael Hunter.
Photograph: TheMatthewShack
http://www.islandecho.co.uk/news/princess-beatrice-set-royal-visit/

hrhprincessbeatriceblog:

I’m Excited for this event!

HRH Princess Beatrice is to carry out a number of engagements across the Island on Monday, June 16.

The Princess, daughter of Prince Andrew will visit Carisbrooke Castle, Whippingham Church and Priory School in Whippingham, as well as Osborne House in nearby East Cowes.

Her Royal Highness will be welcomed to the Island by HM Lord-Lieutenant Major General Martin White CB CBE JP, who comments:

“I am delighted that HRH is visiting the Island. Her forebear’s links with our community are numerous and we are very much looking forward to, not only sharing some of those important historical connections, but also introducing today’s Isle of Wight and its people.”

At Carisbrooke Castle, HRH Princess Beatrice will see where her great great great aunt and namesake, Princess Beatrice lived as governor to the Isle of Wight until her death in 1944. She will visit the museum, the Princess Beatrice Garden and First World War memorial chapel.

Princess Beatrice will then proceed to Priory School, Whippingham to help celebrate 150 years of continued education and unveil a plaque to commemorate this. On the princess’s arrival a senior school pupil will ring the school’s Victoria Bell and the school’s choir will sing. Princess Beatrice will tour the school, in particular the junior school and reception.

Following this she will go to Whippingham Church with its royal connections and the tomb of the late Princess Beatrice and her husband Prince Henry of Battenburg. This will be followed by a visit to Osborne House.

The Princess will have a working lunch hosted by English Heritage which will be attended by young entrepreneurs and achievers from the Island.

The chairman of the Isle of Wight Council, Councillor Ian Ward will attend the lunch and introduce some of the young people who have been invited to talk to the princess about their achievements.

He said:

“It will be a real honour to help showcase the Island to Princess Beatrice and highlight the achievements of some of our young people.”

This lunch will be followed by a tour of the house, Swiss Cottage and the beach conducted by Osborne House’s curator, Michael Hunter.

Photograph: TheMatthewShack

http://www.islandecho.co.uk/news/princess-beatrice-set-royal-visit/

(Source: hrhprincessbeatriceblog.wordpress.com, via ohheythereroyals)

Notes
50
Posted
1 month ago
thefashionmanners:

Princess Eugenie and Sarah Duchess of York at the Art Antiques London Gala Evening
 

thefashionmanners:

Princess Eugenie and Sarah Duchess of York at the Art Antiques London Gala Evening

 

(Source: thefashionheadlines, via georgiealexanders)

Notes
35
Posted
1 month ago
royalwatcher:

Princess Beatrice of York yesterday at the Chelsea Flower Show, also in attendance was the Princess’ grand mother, Queen Elizabeth II

royalwatcher:

Princess Beatrice of York yesterday at the Chelsea Flower Show, also in attendance was the Princess’ grand mother, Queen Elizabeth II

(via dirtyharrywales)

Notes
60
Posted
2 months ago

Make Me Choose

Anonymous asked Princess Beatrice or Princess Eugenie 

(Source: mymrharrywales, via misshonoriaglossop)

Notes
58
Posted
2 months ago
Anonymous asked: How does it feel being the cousin of the future king and for him getting all the attention


Answer:

Well as Im not Bea or Eugenie, I can only speculate that they are more than happy that it isnt them! 

Posted
3 months ago

tiny-librarian:

Period Drama fun fact of the day:

In 2009’s “The Young Victoria”, one of the ladies in waiting at the coronation of Queen Victoria, played by Emily Blunt, was played by Princess Beatrice of York.

Princess Beatrice is the great-great-great-great-granddaughter of the real Queen Victoria.

(via bulletproofjewels)

Notes
280
Posted
3 months ago

Happy 24th Birthday Princess Eugenie of York!

March 23, 1990

(Source: ravishingtheroyals, via royalbrainplaylist)

Notes
80
Posted
4 months ago
xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>