Beatrice appeared to read The Worrysaurus by Rachel Bright and Chris Chatterton on the segment Storytime with Fergie and Friends. Her mother, Sarah
Beatrice appeared to read The Worrysaurus by Rachel Bright and Chris Chatterton on the segment Storytime with Fergie and Friends. Her mother, Sarah Ferguson expressed her delight at the appearance with her introduction. Sarah said: “I cannot thank you enough for doing this for your mummy.
“This is so incredible and you’re just so beautiful and I look at you reading the stories and I just go I mean I’m the luckiest person alive to have two of the most beautiful girls.
“Thank you so much.”
Beatrice then said: “Welcome to Fergie and Friends, it’s my first time reading and mum, I love Fergie and friends so thank you for having me.”
In a video published on May 25, Princess Eugenie read the book All In One Piece by Jill Murphy.
According to Waterstones, the book read by Beatrice is: “A fun and reassuring tale about dealing with worries from the author of the bestselling The Lion Inside.”
The bookstore describes Eugenie’s selection as: “A stunning new edition of a modern classic in the bestselling Large Family series.”
The sisters did not appear on the screen at the same time as their mother.
Hello reported that Beatrice’s appearance was scheduled to take place via video link.
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The coronavirus outbreak has been the source of personal disappointment for Beatrice.
She had been due to marry Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi on May 29 but the ceremony and reception were both cancelled.
They have postponed the event indefinitely.
This was not the only royal wedding to be affected.
Princess Theodora of Greece and Denmark, the daughter of King Constantine II of Greece, the final monarch before abolition was due to marry American lawyer Matthew Kumar at the end of May, but that event has also been postponed.
At the beginning of May, James Middleton, the brother of Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge took to Instagram to shave his beard: “As Alizee [Thevenet, his fiancee] and myself were due to get married… well actually, this month.
“She’s never seen me without a beard, so I thought it was about time I showed her what was behind it.
“In fact, what I am most worried about is these guys might not recognise me afterwards. Say goodbye.”
Beatrice had been due to host the reception of her nuptials at Buckingham Palace.