Princess Beatrice 'relatable to millions of British children and families' with openness on dyslexia

Princess Beatrice
Princess Beatrice is expected to accompany Charles during the Japanese Emperor's state visit in June 
Dorothy Reddin

By Dorothy Reddin

Published: 09/06/2024

- 12:00

Updated: 13/06/2024

- 21:11

Prince Andrew's eldest daughter has appeared more frequently at royal events

Princess Beatrice has been branded "super relatable" by a PR expert.

Prince Andrew's eldest daughter has appeared more frequently at royal events as of late, including a garden party at Buckingham Palace last month.

Reports have also suggested that Beatrice, 35, could accompany King Charles during the Japanese Emperor's state visit later this month.

The princess is not a working member of the Royal Family, however, her advocacy work in areas like dyslexia has not gone unnoticed by royal fans.

Princess Beatrice

Princess Beatrice is tipped for a royal promotion


Beatrice also has a full-time job, working as the vice president of the tech company Afiniti.

A PR expert spoke exclusively to GB News, explaining why Beatrice could make a great addition to the list of working royals.

Alison Lancaster, the co-founder of Pressat, said: "Princess Beatrice's dyslexia advocacy makes her supremely relatable to the millions of British children and families dealing with learning differences."

Princess Beatrice was diagnosed with dyslexia when she was seven years old.

Princess BeatricePrincess Beatrice has been open about her battles with dyslexiaX

The princess is an ambassador for the global dyslexia charity, Made By Dyslexia.

As part of her advocacy work, Beatrice has raised awareness for dyslexia throughout her adult life.

Supported by the Helen Arkell Dyslexia Charity, of which Beatrice is also a patron, the princess developed a "toolkit" of skills which she has continued to use over the years.

In her foreword to Helen Arkell’s Anyone Can Spell It book, Beatrice wrote that "without HADC’s support my life could have been very different".

Princess BeatricePrincess Beatrice is an ambassador for a global dyslexia charityGetty

Princess Beatrice's larger role in the limelight comes as King Charles, 75, is experiencing a shortage of working royals.

This is partly because Princess Kate, 42, began a course of preventative chemotherapy earlier this year and stepped back from public life while she focuses on her recovery.

The monarch has also reduced his workload due to his own cancer diagnosis.

Charles and Kate's health concerns led to the suggestion that Prince Andrew's daughters, Beatrice and Eugenie, could start performing official duties.


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Princess Beatrice reading with schoolchildren during a recent visit to Croydon


When the Princesses of York accompanied Prince William to the Buckingham Palace garden party last month, fans were extremely pleased to see the sisters supporting the Royal Family.

Lancaster continued to tell GB News: "Princess Eugenie is also doing great work to promote arts education and access."

Eugenie, 34, has previously opened up about how studying one of the paintings in the late Queen's collection sparked her love of art.

The princess now works as a director at the Hauser and Wirth gallery.

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