Princess Beatrice of York celebrated her 30th birthday

Yesterday was 30th birthday of Princess Beatrice of York who is the eldest daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson and is also the fifth granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II. The Royal Family released on its official twitter account a collage consisting of 30 photos (#30at30) of Princess Beatrice and congratulated her birthday. Beatrice's mother, Sarah Ferguson shared on Instagram childhood photos showing Beatrice and her sister Eugenie together with the title "Happy birthday my Trixie - Belle so proud of you xx". Happy 30th birthday to you, Princess Beatrice.
She is the Queen's fifth grandchild, after her cousins Peter Phillips, Zara Tindall, Prince William and Prince Harry
Wednesday 8 August marks Princess Beatrice's 30th birthday and her family have been sending their best wishes in her honour
the princess and her younger sister, Eugenie, dressed up in floral-print dresses and matching hairbands
Happy 30th Birthday to Her Royal Highness Princess Beatrice
The royal family both tweeted and Instagrammed a collage of some never-before-seen photos to mark Beatrice's big day

6 comments:

  1. What a beautiful picture the first one is!

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  2. Blessings for the special day 🌺

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  3. Elle est rarement à son avantage sur les photos mais sur celle-ci, elle est ravissante.

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    1. Vous etes tres agreable et l'observation est vrai. Mais, pour moi, cette fille n'a pas charme, style ou beaute en situations real ou ordinaires. Seulement avec le travail des les photographes.

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