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Princess Beatrice has opened up about her personal experience with dyslexia in a rare interview with the charity Made By Dyslexia.
In the video, which was shared on the organisation’s official Twitter account, the 31-year-old royal discussed how she found education “challenging” because of the learning disorder.
She said: “I was very lucky, I got to go to a school that was very nurturing and supporting ... I would describe the actual day to day learning side of things – very challenging.”
Beatrice - who is the daughter of the Duke and Duchess of York - wore a pale blue shirt dress for the interview.
But there was one item in particular that stood out to us: her hair clips.
🎬👀Watch our brand new Interview with the wonderful HRH Princess Beatrice #MadeByDyslexia who tells us about her school days, Dyslexic Strengths, and hopes for change in education https://t.co/eVaayzfNIo @yorkiebea @bigchange_— Made By Dyslexia (@MadeByDyslexia) May 23, 2020
Beatrice completed the ensemble with a pair of pearl beaded clips, which she wore on the right side of her head to pin back her auburn locks.
Beatrice isn’t the only royal fan of the affordable accessory brand.
Buy it: Pearl Snap Hair Clips | £3.15 (Was £4.50) from Accessorize
The already affordable accessory is also currently on sale.
The clips originally retailed for £4.50, but have now been slashed in price to just £3.15.
Beatrice is not the only member of the royal family who has turned to Accessorize to jazz up an outfit, as the Duchess of Cambridge previously wore a pair of drop down earrings from the brand.