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Princess Beatrice showcases sunbleached hair and dons a bold black puff-sleeve blouse as she reads The Worrysaurus for her mother Sarah Ferguson's storytime series

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Princess Beatrice showcased sunbleached hair and donned a bold black puff-sleeve blouse as she made her first appearance on Sarah Ferguson's YouTube channel.  

The Queen's granddaughter, 31, is currently spending lockdown with Edo and future mother-in-law Nikki Shale at her £1.5 million ($AU2.7 million) country house near Chipping Norton. 

The royal read The Worrysaurus by Rachel Bright for 'Storytime With Fergie And Friends,' Sarah Ferguson's, 60, children Youtube channel. 

The occasion comes a month after Princess Beatrice's postponed wedding date at the end of May, with her nuptials delayed amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

Princess Beatrice of York holding a sign posing for the camera: Princess Beatrice, 31, sported a lockdown tan and sunbleached hair as she made her first appearance on Sarah Ferguson's, 60, children YouTube channel © Provided by Daily Mail Princess Beatrice, 31, sported a lockdown tan and sunbleached hair as she made her first appearance on Sarah Ferguson's, 60, children YouTube channel

Introducing her daughter to the video, Fergie commented: 'My darling Trixibell, I cannot thank you enough for doing this for your mummy. You are so beautiful.

'This is just incredible and I look at you reading these stories and I am just the luckiest person alive to have the two most beautiful girls.'

Princess Beatrice, who was diagnosed with dyslexia aged seven, looked relaxed in the video, where she could be seen sitting in an idyllic garden setting.

The royal sported a no makeup look for the occasion and donned a trendy black button-down blouse for the occasion with exaggerated puff sleeves 

Sarah Ferguson eating a donut in front of a window: Sarah 'Fergie' Ferguson launched the YouTube storytelling series at the start of lockdown, and has hosted a range of guests on the channel © Provided by Daily Mail Sarah 'Fergie' Ferguson launched the YouTube storytelling series at the start of lockdown, and has hosted a range of guests on the channel

Meanwhile she showed off a gentle lockdown tan as she relaxed in the leafy garden, and wore her sunbleached hair in a sweeping side parting.

In a video message, Princess Beatrice said: 'Hello boys and girls, it's my first time reading and Mum, I love Fergie and Friends so thank you for having me.' 

The 2019 'Worrysaurus' children's book is a  fun and reassuring tale about dealing with worries and aims to help youngsters let go of their fears and feel happy in the moment.

The Storytime with Fergie and Friends series sees the Duchess of York telling one children's story a day.

Princess Beatrice of York holding a sign: Introducing the video clip, Fergie called her daughter her 'darling Trixibell' and called the Queen's granddaughter 'so beautiful' © Provided by Daily Mail Introducing the video clip, Fergie called her daughter her 'darling Trixibell' and called the Queen's granddaughter 'so beautiful' Princess Beatrice, who was diagnosed with dyslexia aged seven, appeared relaxed as she read The Worrysaurus in the video © Provided by Daily Mail Princess Beatrice, who was diagnosed with dyslexia aged seven, appeared relaxed as she read The Worrysaurus in the video

Sarah, who has recently signed a publishing deal for seven new books, is already the author of more than 25 books, including the Budgie The Little Helicopter and the Little Red series.

While her mother has shared daily videos reading children's stories, Princess Beatrice has made few public appearances during the coronavirus crisis. 

Beatrice was overjoyed after becoming engaged on a weekend trip to Italy last September, and the couple said they could not wait to be married.

But her nuptials were overshadowed by the scandal that has engulfed her father Andrew, with the date changing twice to accommodate the Queen's second son.

Princess Eugenie of York sitting on a bench in a park: Princess Beatrice's first appearance on the channel comes months after younger sister Princess Eugenie read a story on the page © Provided by Daily Mail Princess Beatrice's first appearance on the channel comes months after younger sister Princess Eugenie read a story on the page Princess Beatrice of York talking on a cell phone: The video comes a month after what would have been Princess Beatrice and her partner Edo's wedding day, with the couple planning to marry at St Jame's Palace in May © Provided by Daily Mail The video comes a month after what would have been Princess Beatrice and her partner Edo's wedding day, with the couple planning to marry at St Jame's Palace in May

Amid the controversy over her father, the princess opted for the more intimate, low-key option of the Chapel Royal and was due to invite 150 guests.

But plans were changed after the Government called on all people in the UK, particularly the over-70s, to avoid all non-essential contact and travel as part of unprecedented peacetime measures aimed at controlling the spread of Covid-19.

And in April, Boris Johnson put a ban on weddings as the virus raged through the UK public.

Sources confirmed the wedding had been postponed in May, telling People that the invitations were never sent out, due to complications with the virus.

a woman wearing a purple hat: The couple, who were set to marry in May, are staying with Edo's mother Nikki Shale at her £1.5 million home in Chipping Norton (pictured, Nikki) © Provided by Daily Mail The couple, who were set to marry in May, are staying with Edo's mother Nikki Shale at her £1.5 million home in Chipping Norton (pictured, Nikki)

While Duchess of York, 61, and her ex-husband Prince Andrew, 60, have been joined by Princess Eugenie, 30, and her husband Jack Brooksbank, 34, at their home the Royal Lodge in Windsor during the pandemic, Beatrice and Edo have stayed with his mother.

Speaking on the City Island podcast, Fergie explained: 'Edo and Beatrice have been living with her future mother-in-law who is lovely...I'm missing my [other] daughter but it's just like everybody else, we are just the same family as everybody else.'

She went on to share a gushing tribute to her 'darling' Princess Beatrice on the date which was set to be her wedding day to fiancé Edo.

Sharing a childhood picture of Princess Beatrice on Instagram, Sarah commented: 'I am so excited to celebrate yours and Edo’s love when we all are out of lockdown.' 

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