HRH Princess Beatrice
Princess Beatrice at a NCS Event  Friday, 1 August 2014, with Sam Branson and his wife . I hope we get to see some of her speech soon!

NCS (National Citizen Service)- is a once-in-a lifetime experience open to all 15 – 17 year olds across England and Northern Ireland that helps fast track your teen’s future.
It is a unique two or three week full-time programme focused around fun and discovery, plus 30 hours committed to a social action project that benefits both young people and society. On this programme, participants build skills for work and life, while taking on new challenges and adventures, making new friends, learning new skills and contributing to their community.
NCS takes place out of school time during the autumn, spring and summer terms and represents great value for money for parents as participants spend time away from home with all meals and activities covered. Government backing means the most you will ever pay for NCS is £50 for the whole experience, including food, activities… everything. Your teen will learn how to be self-sufficient, developing new life skills such as first aid, managing a budget and cooking for themselves and their new friends.
Launched in 2011, to date over 70,000 teenagers have taken part in NCS and 1.5 million hours have been dedicated by NCS graduates to social action projects designed to improve their local communities.
http://www.ncsyes.co.uk

Princess Beatrice at a NCS Event  Friday, 1 August 2014, with Sam Branson and his wife . I hope we get to see some of her speech soon!

NCS (National Citizen Service)- is a once-in-a lifetime experience open to all 15 – 17 year olds across England and Northern Ireland that helps fast track your teen’s future.

It is a unique two or three week full-time programme focused around fun and discovery, plus 30 hours committed to a social action project that benefits both young people and society. On this programme, participants build skills for work and life, while taking on new challenges and adventures, making new friends, learning new skills and contributing to their community.

NCS takes place out of school time during the autumn, spring and summer terms and represents great value for money for parents as participants spend time away from home with all meals and activities covered. Government backing means the most you will ever pay for NCS is £50 for the whole experience, including food, activities… everything. Your teen will learn how to be self-sufficient, developing new life skills such as first aid, managing a budget and cooking for themselves and their new friends.

Launched in 2011, to date over 70,000 teenagers have taken part in NCS and 1.5 million hours have been dedicated by NCS graduates to social action projects designed to improve their local communities.

http://www.ncsyes.co.uk

Princess Beatrice upcoming event?

Princess Beatrice upcoming event?

Princess Beatrice may have an upcoming event with Sam Branson on Friday August 1 2014- Perhaps, concerning an NCS National Citizen Service event or the strive challenge. Don’t know if this is a public event or not

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Princess Beatrice’s Unofficial Event tally 2014: Part 1

Princess Beatrice’s Unofficial Event tally 2014: Part 1

Don’t forget- official and unofficial events rely on press coverage  and there are bound to be events Beatrice attended that aren’t reported in the press so this is technically an incomplete list: HRH has done two official events on the behalf of the British Monarchy around 37 events so far

1.Marissa Montgomery’s Birthday Party

2. Attended Master Class by Andrea Wong President of international production for Sony

3.Lisa Tchenguiz’s Birthday/divorce Party

4. The National Portrait Gala

5. The Creative London Party

6. WE Day UK Event

7. Lady Mary Clayton’s Funeral

8.   The Karl Lagerfeld European flagship store launch

9.   memorial service for Sir David Frost at Westminster Abbey

10.Forgetmenot meeting with Peter Branson

11.  Pitch@Palace event

12.The charge charity gala 2014

13. the Chelsea Flower Show

14. Garden Party At Buckingham Palace

15 Poppy Delevingne’s Marrakech wedding

16.  Langdon Academy,

17.Isle of Wight

18. Carisbrooke Castle

19.. Carisbrooke Castle Museum in Carisbrooke Castle

20. The Princess Beatrice Garden in Carisbrooke Castle

21. WWI memorial chapel in Carisbrooke Castle

22. Priory School, Whippingham

23.  Whippingham Church

24. Osborne House on the Isle of Wight

25. lunch hosted by English Heritage which will be attended by young entrepreneurs and achievers from the Island

26.Day one of Royal Ascot

27. University Academy Holbeach

28. Charles Read Academy

29. Ascot: Ladies Day

30. Royal Ascot- Final Day

31. Mazi’s Summer Party; Jewelry Launch

32. The Masterpiece Marie Curie Auction Party

33.  Serpentine Summer Party

35.  Patron of Berkshire Community Foundation

36. day nine of the Wimbledon Championships

37. Wedding of Prince Amedeo and Elisabetta Maria Rosboch in Rome, Italy

Princess Beatrice of York Has Her Own Cypher
Princess Beatrice of  York  has her own cypher as well as her sister.
http://thedukeofyork.org/about-the-duke/princess-beatrice/

Princess Beatrice of York Has Her Own Cypher

Princess Beatrice of  York  has her own cypher as well as her sister.

http://thedukeofyork.org/about-the-duke/princess-beatrice/

Princess Beatrice at Serpentine Summer Party 2014
July 1 2014-Princess Beatrice at Serpentine Summer Party, Hyde Park, London Her best  look yet!

Princess Beatrice at Serpentine Summer Party 2014

July 1 2014-Princess Beatrice at Serpentine Summer Party, Hyde Park, London Her best  look yet!

Princess Beatrice becomes patron of Berkshire Community Foundation

Berkshire Community Foundation is today delighted to announce that HRH Princess Beatrice of York is to become the Patron of Berkshire Community Foundation from 1 July 2014.

Chris Barrett, Chairman of the Foundation, said:  “We are extremely pleased that Princess Beatrice has chosen to become Patron of Berkshire Community Foundation. We hope that through HRH’s patronage, we can highlight the work of Community Foundations and the often hidden needs that exist in counties such as Berkshire. We hope that the support will enable us to raise the profile of Berkshire’s community and voluntary groups even further.”

Andrew Middleton, CEO of the Foundation, said:  “The Princess’s decision to become Patron of Berkshire Community Foundation reflects her wish to support charitable activity locally. It is an honour for the Foundation to have been chosen by The Princess and we hope the patronage will raise the profile of the excellent work that is done in the County. “.

HRH Princess Beatrice has close connections to Berkshire, having attended schools in Windsor and Ascot. The Princess is patron of a number of other charities and, together with six friends, founded the Big Change Charitable Trust which supports projects that improve the lives of young people.

http://www.berkshirecf.org/news/hrh-princess-beatrice-of-york-becomes-patron-of-bcf/

LONDON, ENGLAND – JUNE 30: Princess Beatrice of York at The Masterpiece Marie Curie Auction Party

Home
Marie Curie Cancer Care is delighted to have been selected as the charity partner of Masterpiece London for a second year. In 2013 the event raised a fantastic £840,000, and in 2014 we have set ourselves the target of raising £1million. Masterpiece London is the capital’s leading art, antiques and design fair. The Masterpiece Marie Curie Party takes place within Masterpiece London, held in a spectacular purpose-built pavilion on the South Grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea. As well as enjoying a fabulous Champagne, cocktail and canapé reception, guests at the party will have the chance to participate in an auction of art, antiques, luxury items and money-can’t-buy experiences.
We have some fantastic auction prizes including a painting lesson with Ronnie Wood, a stay for 20 guests in a wonderful French chateau and your very own personalised ‘Reverso’ watch courtesy of our generous sponsor, Jaeger-LeCoultre. All of them are available to view, and bid on, through this website. Marie Curie Cancer Care gives people with terminal illnesses the choice to die at home. There are more than 2,000 Marie Curie Nurses across the UK, providing free hands-on care for patients and vital emotional support for their loved ones. They give comfort and take away the fear. Money raised from The Masterpiece Marie Curie Party Auction will enable us to continue this essential work.
Donate
Given the choice, most of us would want to die at home, surrounded by the people and things we cherish. Marie Curie Cancer Care makes this possible. Our nurses provide free hands-on care for people with all terminal illnesses in their own homes, and vital emotional support for their loved ones. Whether someone has cancer, heart failure, dementia or another disease, we do whatever it takes to make things easier. This could mean relieving their pain, helping them in and out of bed, or just answering those troubling questions.
We give comfort – and take away the fear. We allow families to make the most of the precious time they have left together. And we’re there day or night, until the very end. But the sad fact is, every five minutes someone in the UK dies without the care they need at the end of their life. That’s why we urgently need to reach more people – and why your support of the Masterpiece Marie Curie Party is so valuable to us.
For more information about Marie Curie Cancer Care, visit: www.mariecurie.org.uk
About Jaeger-LeCoultre
Jaeger-LeCoultre is proud to support Marie Curie Cancer Care as the headline partner of the Masterpiece Party and to help raise funds for this admirable cause.
A major player in watchmaking history since 1833 and based in the Vallée de Joux of Switzerland, the Manufacture Jaeger-LeCoultre has a vast heritage of 1,249 mechanical calibres and around 400 registered patents. It is regarded as the reference in the field of Fine Watchmaking, housing the 180 skills required to entirely develop and produce the most prestigious timepieces under one roof driven by a uniquely inventive spirit. Jaeger-LeCoultre perpetuates the tradition of Grand Complication models illustrated by extraordinary creations and legendary watches, such as the iconic Reverso, the ATMOS clock, the Geophysic, the 101 and the Gyrotourbillon I.
Steeped in over 180 years of history and as the largest and one of the most responsible leaders in high-end watchmaking, Jaeger-LeCoultre has chosen Masterpiece London for the exhibition of its Hybris Artistica collection of exceptional timepieces, which includes twelve fascinating timepieces that represent an unprecedented combination of design, technical construction, watchmaking art and exquisite craftsmanship. Individually and collectively, the twelve pieces underline both the Manufacture’s leadership in Grandes Complications and, thanks to its in-house workshops, its boundless creativity in Métiers rares – the fine arts of enamelling, gemsetting, and engraving.
1. Pay for a Day of Care
Our Nurses at the Marie Curie Hospice, Hampstead enable terminally ill people to make the most of the time they have left together with their loved-ones, through expert care and emotional support that they may not otherwise receive.
We are inviting you to pay for a day of this care by pledging £7,767
Your support will make sure more people receive the expert care that we would wish for ourselves or for our loved-ones if we were in their shoes.
http://www.mariecurieparty-auction.com/auction/pledge.php?ID=1

LONDON, ENGLAND – JUNE 30: Princess Beatrice of York at The Masterpiece Marie Curie Auction Party

Home

Marie Curie Cancer Care is delighted to have been selected as the charity partner of Masterpiece London for a second year. In 2013 the event raised a fantastic £840,000, and in 2014 we have set ourselves the target of raising £1million. Masterpiece London is the capital’s leading art, antiques and design fair. The Masterpiece Marie Curie Party takes place within Masterpiece London, held in a spectacular purpose-built pavilion on the South Grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea. As well as enjoying a fabulous Champagne, cocktail and canapé reception, guests at the party will have the chance to participate in an auction of art, antiques, luxury items and money-can’t-buy experiences.

We have some fantastic auction prizes including a painting lesson with Ronnie Wood, a stay for 20 guests in a wonderful French chateau and your very own personalised ‘Reverso’ watch courtesy of our generous sponsor, Jaeger-LeCoultre. All of them are available to view, and bid on, through this website. Marie Curie Cancer Care gives people with terminal illnesses the choice to die at home. There are more than 2,000 Marie Curie Nurses across the UK, providing free hands-on care for patients and vital emotional support for their loved ones. They give comfort and take away the fear. Money raised from The Masterpiece Marie Curie Party Auction will enable us to continue this essential work.

Donate

Given the choice, most of us would want to die at home, surrounded by the people and things we cherish. Marie Curie Cancer Care makes this possible. Our nurses provide free hands-on care for people with all terminal illnesses in their own homes, and vital emotional support for their loved ones. Whether someone has cancer, heart failure, dementia or another disease, we do whatever it takes to make things easier. This could mean relieving their pain, helping them in and out of bed, or just answering those troubling questions.

We give comfort – and take away the fear. We allow families to make the most of the precious time they have left together. And we’re there day or night, until the very end. But the sad fact is, every five minutes someone in the UK dies without the care they need at the end of their life. That’s why we urgently need to reach more people – and why your support of the Masterpiece Marie Curie Party is so valuable to us.

For more information about Marie Curie Cancer Care, visit: www.mariecurie.org.uk

About Jaeger-LeCoultre

Jaeger-LeCoultre is proud to support Marie Curie Cancer Care as the headline partner of the Masterpiece Party and to help raise funds for this admirable cause.

A major player in watchmaking history since 1833 and based in the Vallée de Joux of Switzerland, the Manufacture Jaeger-LeCoultre has a vast heritage of 1,249 mechanical calibres and around 400 registered patents. It is regarded as the reference in the field of Fine Watchmaking, housing the 180 skills required to entirely develop and produce the most prestigious timepieces under one roof driven by a uniquely inventive spirit. Jaeger-LeCoultre perpetuates the tradition of Grand Complication models illustrated by extraordinary creations and legendary watches, such as the iconic Reverso, the ATMOS clock, the Geophysic, the 101 and the Gyrotourbillon I.

Steeped in over 180 years of history and as the largest and one of the most responsible leaders in high-end watchmaking, Jaeger-LeCoultre has chosen Masterpiece London for the exhibition of its Hybris Artistica collection of exceptional timepieces, which includes twelve fascinating timepieces that represent an unprecedented combination of design, technical construction, watchmaking art and exquisite craftsmanship. Individually and collectively, the twelve pieces underline both the Manufacture’s leadership in Grandes Complications and, thanks to its in-house workshops, its boundless creativity in Métiers rares – the fine arts of enamelling, gemsetting, and engraving.

1. Pay for a Day of Care

Our Nurses at the Marie Curie Hospice, Hampstead enable terminally ill people to make the most of the time they have left together with their loved-ones, through expert care and emotional support that they may not otherwise receive.

We are inviting you to pay for a day of this care by pledging £7,767

Your support will make sure more people receive the expert care that we would wish for ourselves or for our loved-ones if we were in their shoes.

http://www.mariecurieparty-auction.com/auction/pledge.php?ID=1

Debunking The DailyMail Part 1- Isle Of Wight Transportation, not a tax burden!

Debunking the daily Part 1- Isle of wight transportation, not a tax burden!

Princess Beatrice dodges ferry queues by hitching a lift with the navy: Royal hops aboard HMS Ranger rather than face the crowds
Most people on a day trip to enjoy the picturesque beauty of the Isle of Wight would hop on a ferry.

But when Princess Beatrice paid a visit she avoided the queues and bustle of Portsmouth sea terminal – not to mention a £17.20 return fare – by hitching a ride with the Royal Navy.

The 25-year-old’s decision to hop aboard HMS Ranger, an Archer-class patrol boat, when she travelled to the island last week raised eyebrows, with one resident saying: ‘Why couldn’t she come on the ferry like everyone else?’

It is not known whether Prince Andrew, a former Navy Commander, pulled any strings to help his daughter hitch a lift, but insiders were quick to insist that the boat-ride did not place an additional burden on the taxpayer.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2672744/Princess-Beatrice-dodges-ferry-queues-hitching-lift-navy-Royal-hops-aboard-HMS-Ranger-face-crowds.html

The HMS Ranger/Royal Navy always trains at Isle Of Wight Cowes, I don’t see How Princess Beatrice could have added any tax burden of any sort to British Civilians, doesn’t make sense. Plus ,the Isle of Wight visit was arranged by a Lord Lieutenant  from start to finish that includes arranging transportation for royals. it was a Lord Lieutenant’s choice to have Princess Beatrice transported by the royal navy not her, besides I think a Lord Lieutenant  would know what he was doing I don’t think he would add any unnecessary tax burden to civilians .  This is the dailymail creating unnecessary drama and not doing their research

Princess Beatrice at Mazi’s Summer Party; Jewelry Launch  
LONDON, ENGLAND – JUNE 24, Princess beatrice at Mazi’s Summer Party ; Mazi Celebrates The Summer And Presents: Eugenie Niarchos – Venyx World A London Presentation, some type of jewelry Launch
http://www.venyxworld.com

Princess Beatrice at Mazi’s Summer Party; Jewelry Launch  

LONDON, ENGLAND – JUNE 24, Princess beatrice at Mazi’s Summer Party ; Mazi Celebrates The Summer And Presents: Eugenie Niarchos – Venyx World A London Presentation, some type of jewelry Launch

http://www.venyxworld.com

Princess Beatrice At Royal Ascot- Final Day 2014
June 21, 2014-Princess Beatrice At Royal Ascot- Final Day

Princess Beatrice At Royal Ascot- Final Day 2014

June 21, 2014-Princess Beatrice At Royal Ascot- Final Day

Princess Beatrice at Ascot: Ladies Day 2014
June 19 2014: PrincessBeatrice at Ascot: Ladies Day. princess beatrice should sell her recent ascot hat for forgetmenotchild , which she’s patron of, donating funds for children hospice week. I think it’s funky enough to have good donations!

Princess Beatrice at Ascot: Ladies Day 2014

June 19 2014: PrincessBeatrice at Ascot: Ladies Day. princess beatrice should sell her recent ascot hat for forgetmenotchild , which she’s patron of, donating funds for children hospice week. I think it’s funky enough to have good donations!

Princess beatrice and her future role in the royal family?

It looks like she got to use HM helicopter  at a recent event, silent support from the Queen.  And Lord Lieutenant was there too,  (also there at Isle of wight.) Seems like the firm is testing waters maybe an official event.  The york princesses even got to ride in the carriage with Prince Charles at ascot, silent acceptance?  Or am I just going paranoid ?to those who wondering what are Lord Lieutenants they  are responsible for the organisation of all official Royal visits to their county. Something may be up where it concerns princess beatrice and the firm opinions?

there’s interesting convos on twitter concerning this: 

https://twitter.com/WindsorEditor/status/479310521498624000

https://twitter.com/WindsorEditor/status/479196754836197377

Princess Beatrice At University Academy Holbeach and Charles Read Academy
June 18 2014 , HRH Princess beatrice visited university academy holbeach and the Charles read academy today. It looks like she got to use HM helicopter , silent support from the Queen.  And Lord Lieutenant was there too  (also there at Isle of wight)seems like the firm is testing waters maybe an official event.  The york princesses even got to ride in the carriage with Prince Charles at ascot, silent acceptance?  Or am I just going paranoid ?to those who wondering what are Lord Lieutenants they  are responsible for the organisation of all official Royal visits to their county
university academy holbeach 

Royal visitor HRH Princess Beatrice of York has officially opened a new £9million facility at the University Academy Holbeach.

Princess Beatrice visited the academy to see the new building, which offers a modern learning environment for pupils and provides 3,500 sq m of additional teaching space.

The new building, which includes the Academy’s first purpose-built sports hall, specialist Design and Technology and Art facilities and 24 new classrooms, was commissioned to replace the site’s original 1950s-era buildings.

The new facilities were completed in November 2013 and they will now enable the academy, which has been oversubscribed since it opened, to offer an additional 20 student places per year.

During the visit, Her Royal Highness was invited on a tour of the building, unveiled a commemorative plaque and met staff and students. She also witnessed one of the academy’s Freshstart literacy lessons.

Speaking about the royal visit, Steve Baragwanath, Principal at University Academy Holbeach, said: “We are delighted that Princess Beatrice was able to join us here at the academy to celebrate the opening of our new building. We are extremely pleased with our new facilities, and it was an honour to take our royal visitor on a tour and highlight how they are benefitting our pupils and staff.”

 Charles read academy

Her Royal Highness Princess Beatrice visited Charles Read Academy in Corby Glen today and took a tour which included a spot of ping-pong, a chat with an Olympic athlete and a history lesson on the Royal Family.

 The sixth in line to the throne was greeted by crowds of cheering children and staff from the Academy, as well as other nearby schools who had come especially for the occasion.

Speaking exclusively to the Journal, Princess Beatrice said: “It is great to come to the Academy and see some of the excellent work that they do. I think the Academy system has had a really positive impact on children’s education.”

The Queen’s grand-daughter was accompanied by David Ross, head of the David Ross Education Trust which sponsors several academies including Charles Read, and said: “This is a day the kids will remember for a long time.”

After taking time to chat to many of the excited youngsters, the Princess was taken on a tour of the school starting with a display of some of the children’s artwork.

Her Royal Highness then moved on to the sports hall where she displayed a talent for ping-pong, before meeting Olympic 200m runner Christian Malcolm who was also visiting the Academy to give an athletics masterclass to pupils.

Back inside the Princess visited the recently created library and gave advice to children on their reading, and she was also able to help students in another classroom working on a topic she knows a little bit about – the Royal Family.

The penultimate stop on the tour was a greenhouse complete with red carpet, set up by the school for pupils to grow their own produce and plants, a selection of which were presented as a gift to the Princess.

A Royal greeting was also enjoyed by the Academy’s furry residents, with the Princess petting a large grey rabbit called Graham and a couple of guinea pigs.

The visit concluded with an assembly during which acting Principal Robert Sloan and David Ross thanked Her Royal Highness for her time and interest in the Academy, before the Princess added her own thanks and unveiled a plaque officially marking the day.

Mr Sloan added: “One of the great things that we’ve been celebrating today is the number of talented students that we’ve got here.”

Also focusing on the pupils in her speech, Princess Beatrice said: “I have met so many of you and I am so thrilled that this great school can be here for you to write and learn and care for your animals and play your music.

“As somebody that went through school and struggled with my reading and struggled to find my way I am so thankful that there are places like this in the community where you can have your solid base.”

http://www.granthamjournal.co.uk/news/local/princess-beatrice-visits-academy-in-corby-glen-1-6128455#.U6Hut5mmPsg.twitter

June 17 2014:Princess Beatrice attends day one of Royal AscotShe looks so lovely

Monday, 16 june 2014

 It was nice to see her so interested in the history of her ancestor, namesake, and the people of Isle Wight

PRINCESS Beatrice retraced the steps of her namesake great aunt on her first-ever trip to the Isle of Wight today (Monday).

The royal, a descendent of Queen Victoria’s daughter, Princess Beatrice, visited Carisbrooke Castle, the new Priory School and St Mildred’s Church, Whippingham, and Osborne House.

She was escorted by the Island’s Lord Lieutenant Maj Gen Martin White and new Isle of Wight High Sheriff Claire Locke on the tour.

For full coverage and more photographers see the Isle of Wight County Press on Friday, June 20