Princess Beatrice rocked a bold summer fashion trend in her latest video performance before International Children’s Book Day on April 2nd.
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The Queen looked just gorgeous narrating the children’s book Xtraordinary People by Kate Griggs, the charity’s founder Made of dyslexiaThis encourages dyslexic children to use their “extraordinary” strengths.
Although only the upper part of her outfit was visible in the frame, Beatrice made sure that she made a fashion statement with her brown plaid shirt dress. Perhaps most notable were the puffed sleeves, a look reminiscent of her wedding dress.
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WATCH: Princess Beatrice looks beautiful as she talks about her struggles with dyslexia
For their wedding with Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi On Friday July 17th, the princess wore a vintage dress designed by Norman Hartnell that was loaned to her by the Queen. But she did an interesting optimization to her dress – adding organza puff sleeves over the delicate straps the queen wore in 1961.
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It is clear that balloon sleeves are one of Beatrice’s favorite styles as it has since been spotted in a similar black Zara design for them first Look on her mother Sarah, Duchess of YorkYoutube channel.
The Royal added puffed sleeves to their Norman Hartnell wedding dress
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The queen kept her look minimalist, wearing her hair up in a chic ponytail and opting for natural makeup.
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During the virtual appearance of the 32-year-old, which she was for the first time since her aunt Princess Eugenie ‘As the son of August on February 9, she shared about her own struggles at school.
In a statement, Made By Dyslexia Ambassador Beatrice said: “It’s no secret that as a child I struggled with my dyslexia and often wished it away. But now I see it as a tremendous gift and want everyone dyslexic child knows it is them. ” their dyslexics can also use strengths. “
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