Our patron, HRH Princess Beatrice, has shared a message about the support Helen Arkell Dyslexia Charity is providing during the current crisis. Do get in touch if we can help #dyslexia #marvellousfemaledyslexics #wednesdaymorning pic.twitter.com/iMQMWy4SkJ— Arkell Dyslexia (@ArkellDyslexia) April 22, 2020
Princess Beatrice is continuing to support her patronages and giving fans an inside look at her home in the process.
On Wednesday, the royal shared a video message for her patronage, the Helen Arkell Dyslexia Charity. The footage seems to have been filmed inside her St. James's Palace apartment. In the video, the 31-year-old daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson spoke about what the organization is currently doing to aid in the current coronavirus pandemic.
“This is an incredibly challenging time for the world and for the United Kingdom. As patron of the Helen Arkell Dyslexia Charity, I just wanted to send this message to say the Helen Arkell Dyslexia Charity is open for business," she said. "Yes, they are doing things online at the moment rather than face-to-face, but their incredible team of specialists is here to help whenever you need them.”
And while we don’t see much of the actual apartment where she is currently self-isolating with her fiancé Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, the clip shows the princess in front of a white wall, a painting of a man (which we can now never unsee) and just a sliver of the wooden chair she is seated on. This is one of the very few times the public has seen the inside of St. James's Palace and now that we've had a glimpse, we need the full royal tour, thank you very much.
Beatrice, if you’re reading this, can you please let us know who the man in the painting is? We're verrrrry curious.