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Wed, 21 Nov, 2018Danielle McCarthy

Princess Beatrice sneaks into Australia – at the same time as her dad Prince Andrew

Princess Beatrice sneaks into Australia – at the same time as her dad Prince Andrew

A month after Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan made the long trip to Australia, two other members of the British Royal Family have jetted Down Under.

Prince Andrew and his daughter, Princess Beatrice, are currently in Australia for separate engagements.

It was revealed that Beatrice was in the country after her mum, Sarah Ferguson, posted a photo celebrating her eldest for representing Afiniti for a ‘women in business’ event.

The 30-year-old Princess is the vice president of partnerships and strategy at the tech company.

"So proud of Beatrice who is in Australia representing Afiniti for women in business," the Duchess of York captioned the first half of the post.

Beatrice, who recently started dating millionaire property developer Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, wore a blazer and polka dot dress to the event.

Fergie also gushed over her youngest, Princess Eugenie, who last week appeared on a moderating panel for her initiative, the Anti-Slavery Collective.

“And @princesseugenie who was moderating a panel for her @the_anti_slavery_collective. So proud of my girls #nationalchildrensday"

Prince Andrew has also updated royal fans about some of his adventures in Australia, including his appearance at the Sydney Opera House for the Pitch@Palace event.

Pitch@Palace provides a platform for entrepreneurs to showcase their work and network with others.

The Duke of York also met with Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his wife, sharing a snap of them together.

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Yesterday The Duke of York met with Hon. Scott Morrison, MP, Prime Minister of Australia

A post shared by The Duke of York (@hrhthedukeofyork) on Nov 19, 2018 at 12:20pm PST

Fergie also congratulated her ex-husband for hosting the successful event.

"Congratulations to @hrhthedukeofyork for #pitchatpalace Sydney @sydneyoperahouse and Melbourne. Well done to all the entrepreneurs," Fergie wrote.