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Princess Beatrice at Centrepoint Charity Gala

Princess Beatrice showed her support for Centrepoint charity, of which her cousin is Patron, by attending the 50th anniversary gala. Photo: David M Benett

Princess Beatrice of York joined her cousin, the Duke of Cambridge and several others to celebrate Centrepoint charities 50th anniversary on November 13th. Centrepoint is a charity focused on ending youth homelessness and offering those they serve have a better future. The offer help to those who are homeless, couch surfing or at risk by providing shelter and resources otherwise unavailable.

Princess Beatrice at Centrepoints 50th anniversary gala. Photo: David M. Benett

The charity has a long history with the royal family after the Princess of Wales became patron of the organization in 1992. Princess Diana brought both Prince William and Prince Harry to the charity at various points and it eventually became one of the first charities that Prince William became patron on in 2005. Princess Beatrice has shown her support for a few charities with similar goals to Centrepoint. She has supported her mother, Sarah Fergusons, work with Street Child which aims to get children off the street with their work spanning ten different countries across Africa and the Middle-East.

While Princess Beatrice's fiance, Edoardo Mapellia Mozzi, was not with her at the gala but the pair are likely hard at work planning their upcoming nuptials. It is believed the wedding will take place sometime in Spring 2020 with more details to be released in due course. xx

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