Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie and a busy spring
Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, the daughters of Prince Andrew, have attended a few garden parties at Buckingham Palace this spring. Since both of them have jobs, they are not seen outside of family celebrations and certain royal functions.
They have both remained active in philanthropic activities, Eugenie helped found the anti-slavery collective and Beatrice advocates for child welfare and education.
Princess Eugenie has attended two garden parties this season, one alongside her Aunt and Uncle, The Earl and Countess of Wessex, and one alongside her sister, Princess Beatrice. Since marrying Jack Brooksbank last fall, Princess Eugenie has been a bit more active at Royal Functions. She and Jack visited the hospital where she had surgery to correct her scoliosis and has been more vocal about her organization to end modern-day slavery. She has also attended the Royal Maundy Service at St. George Chapel alongside the Queen
Princess Beatrice has remained fairly consistent in the past several years. She is regularly seen as family holiday gatherings, weddings as well as attending the Trooping the Colour each year. She also confirmed her relationship with Edoardo Mapelli by attending the wedding of Lady Gabriella Windsor together.
Since Princess Eugenie has been doing slightly more work with the Royal Family since her wedding it is possible that if Princess Beatrice gets married, she may also take on more responsibility with the family. With the Duke of York taking over some of his fathers, Prince Phillip, duties it is possible that he will want his daughters to do more work within the family.
In the meantime, it is always fun to see more members of the Royal Family more publicly highlighting charities and projects they are passionate about.