Princess Beatrice gives young leaders inspired advice from Prince Philip

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Princess Beatrice (pictured) shared a lesson she learned from her grandfather Prince Philip during his last public appearance before his death - explaining how he encouraged her not to become 'obsessed with women solutions '' and focus on the journey to get there instead.



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Princess Beatrice shared a lesson she learned from her grandfather Prince Philip during his last public appearance before his death – explaining how he had encouraged her not to become “fixated on solutions” and to be focus on the journey to get there instead.

The Queen’s 32-year-old granddaughter has disclosed words of wisdom inspired by the late Duke of Edinburgh, who died yesterday at Windsor Castle at the age of 99, as he spoke at the of a virtual event on March 31.

She announced her sponsorship with the non-profit organization 20:40 which aims to help young people collaborate on socio-economic issues.

When asked to share advice with young future leaders during the webinar, Beatrice told them not to become obsessed with the “solution” while trying to solve problems, because their journey will always have “twists”.

She went on to urge them not to be “discouraged” by obstacles and to stay “focused” on what they are trying to achieve, a lesson which she says was inspired by her grandfather, the Prince. Philip.

Princess Beatrice (pictured) shared a lesson she learned from her grandfather Prince Philip during his last public appearance before his death – explaining how he encouraged her not to become ‘fixated on solutions And focus on the journey to get there instead.

The Queen's granddaughter (pictured with Her Majesty and Prince Philip at Princess Eugenie's wedding in 2018) has disclosed words of wisdom inspired by the late Duke of Edinburgh, who died yesterday at Windsor Castle in the age 99, while speaking at a virtual event.  at 8:40 p.m. on March 31

The Queen's granddaughter (pictured with Her Majesty and Prince Philip at Princess Eugenie's wedding in 2018) has disclosed words of wisdom inspired by the late Duke of Edinburgh, who died yesterday at Windsor Castle in the age 99, while speaking at a virtual event.  at 8:40 p.m. on March 31

The Queen’s granddaughter (pictured with Her Majesty and Prince Philip at Princess Eugenie’s wedding in 2018) has disclosed words of wisdom inspired by the late Duke of Edinburgh, who died yesterday at Windsor Castle in the age 99, while speaking at a virtual event. at 8:40 p.m. on March 31

Speaking from home, Beatrice, who wore a white and blue striped shirt, said: “One of the things that has always inspired me is to keep your curiosity and not to be afraid not to think and not to learn.

“But don’t feel like you have to have all the answers yourself either, one of the things that has always helped me, and this is actually inspired by my grandfather, who turns 100 this year.” , but you are sort of obsessed with solving the problem, don’t become obsessed with the solution.

“Because your path of actually finding a way to overcome this problem will be different and the path will be different, and it might turn and turn.

“So don’t be discouraged if your first path isn’t the one you think you should stick to. Keep focusing on what you are trying to accomplish and you will get there.

Beatrice, who is also vice president of the vice president of partnerships and strategy for the AI ​​company Afiniti, also told young people to stay “curious” and find ways to work together so that they don’t. do not feel “alone” in their businesses.

The Duke of Edinburgh had a special bond with his grandchildren and made one of his last public appearances at Beatrice and Edoardo's lockdown wedding in July 2020, pictured

The Duke of Edinburgh had a special bond with his grandchildren and made one of his last public appearances at Beatrice and Edoardo's lockdown wedding in July 2020, pictured

The Duke of Edinburgh had a special bond with his grandchildren and made one of his last public appearances at Beatrice and Edoardo’s lockdown wedding in July 2020, pictured

She continued, “My second tip is to be curious, but find the best ways to collaborate and learn the best things you can along the way, you’re not alone. “

During the virtual event, Beatrice also announced that she has become the new Godmother of 8:40 PM, a nonprofit leadership organization for the next generation.

She shared her excitement about being able to work with the “amazing” organization, especially at a time that she said was all about “thinking” and “doing” for young leaders.

Beatrice, who also attended the 8:40 p.m. launch in November last year, explained what the new patronage means to her, saying she wanted to become a “leader” who is “worthy” to champion the organization at. non-profit.

Speaking more about her patronage, she also said she was “truly honored” to be a part of 8:40 PM and gave her heartfelt “congratulations” to the second cohort of next generation leaders who joined 8:40 PM. like its new members.

The Duke of Edinburgh, right, with members of the Royal Family including Princess Eugenie, Princess Beatrice (behind) and the Cambridges and Sussexes (front row)

The Duke of Edinburgh, right, with members of the Royal Family including Princess Eugenie, Princess Beatrice (behind) and the Cambridges and Sussexes (front row)

The Duke of Edinburgh, right, with members of the Royal Family including Princess Eugenie, Princess Beatrice (behind) and the Cambridges and Sussexes (front row)

Beatrice continued, “When we thought of the role of patron, it was kind of a throwback to the old days, when you had the chance to develop ideas and collaborate and really understand what it’s like to help someone. ‘one to thrive in life.

“I think that’s the real essence of what sponsorship really means right now. I am truly honored and excited to be with everyone, I would also like to congratulate the new cohort that we welcome tonight.

“It’s been a fantastic trip so far for me and 8:40 pm, and I’m so happy that you are here with us. ”

The royal also admitted that there was a lot of “pressure” on future leaders to solve the world’s problems on their own and urged other young people to look for groups that can help them be a part of something “more”. large ”with additional“ support ”.

She added: “I think most of the time we put the pressure on all of us, especially as young future leaders, that this can be a pretty lonely place – it’s all up to me, I have to do so much.

The Queen and Prince Philip, accompanied by Princesses Eugenie (second from right) and Beatrice (far right) arrive for a church service near Balmoral in Aberdeenshire on August 30, 1998

The Queen and Prince Philip, accompanied by Princesses Eugenie (second from right) and Beatrice (far right) arrive for a church service near Balmoral in Aberdeenshire on August 30, 1998

The Queen and Prince Philip, accompanied by Princesses Eugenie (second from right) and Beatrice (far right) arrive for a church service near Balmoral in Aberdeenshire on August 30, 1998

“But I actually think thank goodness there are organizations and groups like 20:40, which means you can feel like you’re a part of something bigger and striving for something more.” tall.

“Because I think that with this support and this network with us, we can really accomplish a lot. ”

Beatrice appeared at the event alongside TV presenter AJ Odudu, who is best known for co-presenting Channel 5’s Big Brother’s Bit on the Side, and founder of Enrich Learning Onyinye Udokporo.

The Queen’s granddaughter is expected to be one of 30 guests at Prince Philip’s funeral at St George’s Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle.

Originally there are believed to be 800 mourners from military units, charities and the Duke of Edinburgh’s associates across the Commonwealth, but the amount had to be reduced due to coronavirus restrictions in place throughout England.

The final list, expected in the next few days, will likely be made up of senior leaders of the royal family as well as the prime minister.

Princess Beatrice could be joined by Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, whom she married last year, during the ceremony, scheduled for next Saturday.

Her younger sister, Princess Eugenie, may well be invited as well, as well as her three-year-old husband, Jack Brooksbank.

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