'My name's Beatrice': Princess introduces herself as 'very lucky' granddaughter of the Queen at Jubilee party

Princess Beatrice said she is "very lucky" to be the Queen's granddaughter, as she and her sister Princess Eugenie visited a big Jubilee lunch at the Paddington Recreation Ground. After a lunch guest asked Beatrice who she was, she replied: "My name's Beatrice, and the Queen is my granny." She added: "I'm very, very lucky." Beatrice also spoke about Saturday's Platinum Jubilee Party At The Palace, and said the Queen's clip with Paddington Bear was her favourite part of the star-studded event. "That was my favourite bit," she said. "I've always wondered what was in her handbag, and now we know. The secret is out: it's a marmalade sandwich." The princesses took part in a game of skittles and attempted to spin plates during their visit. Interviews (from 3'29): Kevin Traverse-Healy, deputy lieutenant of Greater London; and Sofia Kamal, 36, of Maida Vale, founder of Happy Campers Club, a holiday camp for children aged 3 to 7.

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