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Children In Crisis: Princess Beatrice And Sarah Ferguson Walk The Walk

by | 21st, September 2007

beatrice-fergie.jpgPRINCESS Beatrice is on the cover of the Telegraph. She is in attendance at the finale of London Fashion Week.

Models are big news. And teenage Beatrice should take care to eat and stay away from predatory older men.

Luckily, Beatrice is not alone, but chaperoned to the event by her mother, the Duchess of York.

As the pictures show, Fergie did not want to upstage her daughter nor embarrass her in any way and adopted the part of Beatrice’s invisible shadow.

Stood on the runway, Beatrice appears as a blip on London’s “style radar” clad in a long black dress with shoulder straps.

To her left might be a mirror, as Fergie (identified by the Telegraph’s keen spotter) stands equally attired.

For purposes of subterfuge, Fergie goes as far as adopting her daughter’s hair style and necklace.

The do goes well. Beatrice loses no weight and does not develop a cocaine habit.

It is a success. And the charity aided by Beatrice’s appearance – Children In Crisis (!) – profits immeasurably.



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