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Old 07-03-2011, 04:26 PM
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Princess Beatrice of York Current Events 14: July 2011-December 2013

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commencing July 2011

Part 13, which covers the period October 2009 to July 2011 can be found here.
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Beatrice vacationing in St. Tropez with Dave Clark and other friends:

Princess Beatrice looks peachy in a light pink dress as she shops in St Tropez | Mail Online


She does love her hats!
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Old 07-09-2011, 11:22 AM
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** zimbio/Bauer Griffin: Princess Beatrice and Dave Clark in St Tropez **
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Old 07-09-2011, 12:36 PM
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I realise Beatrice got her degree results, but does anyone know if there is a formal graduation ceremony for the students and their families?
I was just curious to know what the norm is in the UK.
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Yes. A graduation ceremony will happen sometime in the near feature. My girlfriend will be doing hers in a couple of weeks for her film degree.
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Yes. A graduation ceremony will happen sometime in the near feature. My girlfriend will be doing hers in a couple of weeks for her film degree.
Thank you very much for taking time to reply siver-bic, very kind of you.
I wonder will any of Beatrice's family attend?
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Old 07-09-2011, 05:38 PM
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Thank you very much for taking time to reply siver-bic, very kind of you.
I wonder will any of Beatrice's family attend?
I wonder what the limit is on tickets. My lady's school only gives out two per graduate and it would probably cause a rot if the royals got anything more than what Beatrice's school mandated. I'd assume parents and sister if there are three tickets. If there are two, it wouldn't surprise me if it was Sarah and Eugenie.
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I wonder what the limit is on tickets. My lady's school only gives out two per graduate and it would probably cause a rot if the royals got anything more than what Beatrice's school mandated. I'd assume parents and sister if there are three tickets. If there are two, it wouldn't surprise me if it was Sarah and Eugenie.
Huh - why would Andrew not come? I think it would be normal for the two parents to attend...divorced or not.
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Huh - why would Andrew not come? I think it would be normal for the two parents to attend...divorced or not.
I said it wouldn't surprise me. Both parents would work just as well.
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What about her boyfriend? Rumours are going around he is going to pop the question! They are on holiday together again. I would see Sarah showing up and Andrew if they only get two tickets and then maybe a celebration with David and Eugenie. Is David living with Beatrice? They have been together over 5 years....
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What's it mean when a graduate receive's a 2:1 degree in such-and-such subject? Here in the US we just say a Bachelor's of Art or Bachelor's of Science. If you graduate with honors you get a recognition like: magna or summa cum laude or just cum laude depending on how high your GPA.
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Beatrice vacationing in St. Tropez with Dave Clark and other friends:

Princess Beatrice looks peachy in a light pink dress as she shops in St Tropez | Mail Online


She does love her hats!
with her beautiful fair skin its probably good that she does like them. I think she looks really stylish here I love her sandals and if Im not mistaken Dave looks like he has also lost a bit of weight too.
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4PAm - In the British system, a First is what everyone aspires to.
But a 2:1 is acceptable to most employers. My son got a 2:2, and it still got him a place in Scotland because he studied IT.

Nobody really wants to think about a Third....
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Beatrice vacationing in St. Tropez with Dave Clark and other friends:

Princess Beatrice looks peachy in a light pink dress as she shops in St Tropez | Mail Online

She does love her hats!
She's smart to wear them :) she's a pale skinned red head- too much sun would be awful for her. I'm glad to see she knows to wear a wide brimmed hat on the beach
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4PAm - In the British system, a First is what everyone aspires to.
But a 2:1 is acceptable to most employers. My son got a 2:2, and it still got him a place in Scotland because he studied IT.

Nobody really wants to think about a Third....
Thank you Renata!!!
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4PAm - In the British system, a First is what everyone aspires to.
But a 2:1 is acceptable to most employers. My son got a 2:2, and it still got him a place in Scotland because he studied IT.

Nobody really wants to think about a Third....
So the goal is a 1:1?
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The 2 is the only split level (2:1 and 2:2). There is no 1:1/1:2 or 3:1/3:2. The 2 was split because both 1 and 3 are very rare, so there needed to be something to distinguish those who fell in the large majority.

Sorry for continuing the deviation off topic!
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Beatrice lovely in green:


Princess Beatrice and boyfriend David Clark spend the day at Voile Rouge while
on holiday in the South of France, July 10, 2011.


** zimbio/bauer griffin gallery: Beatrice and Dave in Saint Tropez **


** Dailymail: Life's a beach for Princess Beatrice as she sets sail with boyfriend Dave **
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That shade of green must be in style again, because Kate wore a dress in that shade in Canada. The last time I remember it being popular was in the late 80s.


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That shade of green must be in style again, because Kate wore a dress in that shade in Canada. The last time I remember it being popular was in the late 80s.
I think it's fine; it's beachwear, after all. But most of the comments are really vicious. Where's all the hostility coming from?
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