At a star-studded charity event, Princess Beatrice pays tribute to the late Duke of Edinburgh.


The princess honoured vocalist Katherine Jenkins with an award bearing her late grandfather’s name while magnificently attired in emerald green.

It should come as no surprise that their offspring are upholding their legacy as the late Queen and Prince Philip were renowned for being devoted grandparents and great-grandparents. Princess Beatrice attended the opulent Variety Club Showbusiness Awards last week in London, where she gave Welsh singer Katherine Jenkins an award in honour of the Duke of Edinburgh.
For this year’s 70th anniversary honours at the London Hilton, Park Lane, the 34-year-old mother of one went all out. Beatrice chose an emerald green belted dress by Beulah London, a favourite of the royal family. Her hair was styled in a lovely half-up, half-down chignon, and she added stunning diamond earrings to finish the appearance.
The princess gave Katherine Jenkins OBE the Variety Club Duke of Edinburgh Gold Heart Award for National Excellence at the occasion. The BBC’s long-standing association with the occasion was also honoured during the evening because the broadcaster will be 100 in 2022. The Marchioness of Bath, a former Tatler cover model, novelist Natalie Livingstone, and Edward Enninful, editor-in-chief of British Vogue and director of Vogue Europe, were among the noteworthy attendees who mingled with the princess.
According to The MailOnline, the awards event, which began in 1952, supports underprivileged, ill, and disabled children and young adults around the UK. Participants heard from 13-year-old Marsha, who was forced to leave her own country earlier this year after the Russian invasion and seek safety in Germany. Marsha is from the de-occupied region of Kyiv Oblast in Ukraine.
Sarah, the eldest child of Prince Andrew and the Duchess of York, is an avid philanthropist who has served as an ambassador for organisations such as Street Child UK (since it merged with an NGO her mother founded, Children in Crisis, which aims to “provide educational support and protection from abuse for some of the world’s most vulnerable children”).

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