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Princess Beatrice at Prince's Trust fundraiser on Thursday

10/20/2007 at 09:36 AM ET

Princess Beatrice of York, 19, was all smiles at the fund raiser for the Prince’s Trust on Thursday at London’s Royal Albert Hall. Representing the House of Windsor were Beatrice and Lady Helen Taylor. The princess was pictured with Dame Shirley Bassey.

The Prince’s Trust is a UK charity organization headed by the Prince of Wales and it focuses on giving financial and practical support to UK citizens between 14 and 30 who struggle with education or unemployment. It relies solely on donations.

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Campbell on

I’ve always loved info about the Windsors. Beatrice looks soooo much like her mom/dad. I love love love the gown she’s wearing. I’ve always wondered what sort of personalities the sisters’ Beatrice & Eugenie have…. really never anything written on that.

zaoli on

How funny, when I read the title I thought it was a fundraiser for William and Henry’s trust funds. How sweet would that be.

As much as they need and deserve privacy, Andrew and Sarah’s family has always been my favorite. I’d love it if they were in the public eye more too.

shixa on

I was thinking the same thing! She is a down the middle split of each parent. But prettier than either of them. :)

gianna on

she looks just like her mom

terri on

Beatrice looks just like her mom, and her younger sister Eugenie looks just like her dad. I read where Sarah says that although Beatrice looks like her and Eugenie like Andrew, their personalities are the exact opposite. Beatrice has her dad’s temperment and Eugenie her mom’s. Funny.

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