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Princess Beatrice attends 9th Annual Global Gift Gala

Princess Beatrice of York attended the 9th annual Global Gift Gala in London last night. The charity gala was organised to raise money for the Global Gift Foundation.

Last night, Princess Beatrice of York stepped out to attend the 9th annual Global Gift Gala at the Rosewood Hotel in London. The Princess was joined by her friend Holly Brandson with whom she posed on the red carpet. The pair is not only friends but also business partners as they co-founded the “Big Change” charity with three other friends. The charity helps young people with learning disabilities.

The proceeds of the Global Gift Gala go to the Global Gift Foundation, a philanthropic foundation non-profit organisation that aims to create a positive impact on the lives of children, women and families who are in need. The foundation raises funds for other foundations, charities and organisations that share its vision and aims.

The Global Gift Gala starts with the red carpet and is then followed by a three-course dinner by famous Michelin star chefs. This was followed by a live auction where several special “money can’t buy” experiences were sold.

The gala saw a star-studded guest list of attendees with among others Victoria Beckham and her son, Brooklyn Beckham, Eva Longoria (who was the chair of the gala), Jack Whitehall, Melanie C and Gordon Ramsey with his son, Jack. Princess Beatrice took the time to pose with Victoria Beckham whom she saw last at the Royal Wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in May.

Princess Beatrice looked lovely in a stunning black-and-white Gucci gown. The gown was accompanied by a silver bow on the waist. The Princess completed the look with curly hair.

After the gala, Princess Beatrice headed to Mayfair where she had dinner with her sister Princess Eugenie. It was the first time Princess Eugenie was spotted out and about since her wedding to Jack Brooksbank in October.

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Laura is from Belgium and has a passion for all things royal. She is Europe Correspondent for Royal Central since October 2016 and has contributed to other news websites. In her daily life she is a fulltime student in EU-politics and political communication.