Royal aide ‘forgot Beatrice and Eugenie’s names’ reveals Palmer
Like many members of the Royal Family, the York sisters have faced criticism and, unfortunately, been mocked over the years.
However, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie have been hailed for the way in which they have “embraced” adversity and their “imperfections” by royal commentators.
Hosts of Podcast Royal, Rachel Burchfield and Jessica Robinson, discussed the way the two royals have turned negatives into a positive.
Ms Burchfield said: “The York sisters, in particular Beatrice, break barriers in ways that are more subdued that you might not know… They embrace their imperfections and that’s really inspiring everyone to do the same.”
Both Princesses, in particular Beatrice, were “mercilessly picked on” for the hats, designed by the famous Philip Treacy, they wore to the Prince and Princess of Wales’s wedding in 2011.
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Beatrice received negative publicity for the hat she wore which was designed to resemble a bow but was mocked and described as looking like a toilet seat, pretzel and Turkey Twizzler.
But she then decided to use the hat’s infamy and sold the garment on eBay for a staggering £81,100.01 with the proceeds split between Unicef and Children in Crisis.
Writing on the auction page, Beatrice put a positive spin on the debacle and said: “I’ve been amazed by the amount of attention the hat has attracted.
“It’s a wonderful opportunity to raise as much money as possible for two fantastic charities. I hope whoever wins the auction has as much fun with the hat as I have.”
Eugenie also championed her imperfections on her own big day through her choice of wedding dress.
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When tying the knot with her now husband Jack Brooksbank of five years, Ms Burchfield noted the way her dress “showed off” her scar.
Her gorgeous Peter Pilotto gown’s open back — a detail she always wanted — meant that the scar she got from scoliosis surgery she had at age 12.
According to People, Eugenie explained: “I had always wanted a low back — part of it was showing my scar, and I believe scars tell a story about your past and your future, and it’s a way of getting rid of a taboo.
“For me, it’s a way of communicating with people who are going through either similar situations with scoliosis or having a scar of their own that they are trying to deal with.”
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