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Josefine 05-26-2003 05:19 PM

Princess Beatrice of York Current Events 3: August 2005-July 2006
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Found these pics from 2003 in an old thread.

Princess Beatrice at the Polo - May 2003

pictures from

marezdote 08-08-2005 03:59 AM

Princess Beatrice News and Pictures Thread Part 3
Here is a new thread for Princess Beatrice news and pictures.

The old thread can be found here

Have fun posting!:)

iceflower 08-08-2005 04:51 AM

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Happy happy birthday Bea! May all your wishes come true!!!

(the pic shows Bea's second birthday in 1990 - source: own collection)

Squidgy 08-08-2005 08:22 AM

I think Beatrice is having fun with her mother and sister right now. These are some pictures recently posted in the Sarah Ferguson thread ...

iceflower 08-08-2005 08:29 AM

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Originally Posted by Flora&maisie
Happy Birthday Beatrice

I like the picture iceflower thanks for sharing

I'm glad you liked it. Here are two more, especially for you ;)

Harry's polo shirt 08-10-2005 03:41 AM

We have to remember the sibling order. Harry is the second child, the "spare" as they call him. He is kinda like a middle child. Since his older brother is future king and gets all of the attension, Harry has to act out to get attention.

CasiraghiTrio 08-15-2005 04:28 PM

Beatrice birthday pictures
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I am not impressed with this new image of Beatrice. They remind me of that very over-the-top photo of Sarah, her mother, on the cover of the "My Life" autobiography. A bit too much J.Lo and not enough Princess Grace.

CasiraghiTrio 08-15-2005 04:35 PM

four more pics from St Tropez
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iowabelle 08-15-2005 04:37 PM

Let's not forget about the time that William was discovered dangling his little brother, headfirst, out a window!!

I think, also, Harry has always been aware that he CAN act differently than William. He doesn't have all the burdens of responsibility.

Plus, Harry is more of an action person than William. William is more of a thinker and observer.

CasiraghiTrio 08-15-2005 04:41 PM

Bob Geldof
Ha, William actually told Bob Geldof his hair was "scruffy"!!
And when Bob Geldof replied, "Well, your hair is scruffy too," William said, "But my mum just brushed it!"

Idriel 08-26-2005 05:48 AM

Beatrice's exam results made public

Originally Posted by dw2108
Impressed or not, if Jimi Hendrix were still alive, these photos would probably entice him into writing a song called Light My Squire!


David, you're really funny! (BTW, did you get your mayo at last?)

From the Telegragh
Princess 'delighted' with results
(Filed: 25/08/2005)

Princess Beatrice was said to be "delighted" after getting two A*s, two As and five Bs in her GCSEs. Beatrice suffers from dyslexia
The 17-year-old, who suffers from dyslexia, achieved top grades in history and drama, a Buckingham Palace spokesman said.

She was also awarded As in French and art and Bs in English literature, English language, maths and dual sciences.

The Palace spokesman said: "She's delighted. The Duke and Duchess are so proud of both their daughters but especially Beatrice on the day of these fantastic results.

"The family celebrated together this morning."

Fifth in line to the throne, Beatrice, who posed for the September issue of Tatler and featured on its cover, was diagnosed with dyslexia at the age of seven.

tiaraprin 08-26-2005 09:10 AM

Way to go Beatrice. I am truly impressed!!

I am glad that Beatrice has come out about her problem with dyslexia. As an educator, I cannot tell you how many children give up trying. They are called "dumb" by family and friends alike. Teachers don't know how to help a dyslexic child or do not care about the problem. Often, these children become the "scapegoat" for a teacher's anger, frustration, or stress level.

Maybe Beatrice can be a shining example of what can be accomplished. Dyslexia does not imply unintelligence by any means. Dyslexia, in its simplest terms, means a different way of learning and processing information.

Elspeth 08-26-2005 11:56 AM

Those are pretty good results by any measure, but for a person with dyslexia they're impressive.

iowabelle 08-26-2005 12:24 PM

King Constantine and Crown Princess Victoria also have dyslexia.

james 08-26-2005 03:37 PM

So does Davina Windsor (Lewis).

Incas 08-26-2005 03:50 PM

Those earrings (#34) look fabulous.

tiaraprin 08-27-2005 04:00 AM


Originally Posted by lashinka2002
Why was Harry ignored? Poor guy :o

Because the Queen Mum put all her focus on the heir William. Harry wasn't important because he was only the spare. However, the Queen Mum should have known from personal experience how important the spare can be! She married the spare and look what happened!!

sara1981 10-15-2005 09:56 PM

American princess: Beatrice aims for the Ivy League

lady_windsor 10-16-2005 09:48 AM

i wonder if shell get her own apartment. I read somewhere that Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson were apartment hunting

lady_windsor 10-16-2005 09:53 AM

Royal Watch News

Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson house hunting in New York

Oct 14, 2005, 12:53 GMT Britain's Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson have been spotted house hunting in New York - sparking rumours their daughter, Princess Beatrice, is moving there.

The former couple, who divorced in 1992, were seen looking around several luxury homes at a smart apartment block near Wall Street.

A source said: "They were looking for the children. Not themselves." It is rumoured Beatrice is planning to spend her gap year in the US and her parents are determined she has a somewhere she can call home during her stay.

The 17-year-old princess, who is dyslexic, recently achieved top grades in her G.C.S.E exams, including two A* marks in history and drama.

The royal, a student at St George's School in Ascot, also got A grades in French and art and B grades for English literature, English language, mathematics and science.

A Buckingham Palace spokeswoman said at the time: "She's delighted. The Duke and Duchess of York are so proud of both their daughters but especially Beatrice on the day of these fantastic results."

Beatrice had to take her G.C.S.E exams a year late and received extra classes to help her overcome her reading and writing.

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