50 Cent joins Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie at charity fundraiser

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Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie, Sarah Ferguson and 50 Cent formed an unlikely group as they joined forces at a charity fundraiser in Manhattan on Friday. The quartet took part in the BGC Charity Day on Wall Street in Manhattan, raising money for the ongoing relief since the attacks on the World Trade Center, 14 years ago.

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Princess Beatrice, 50 Cent, Sarah Ferguson and Princess Eugenie

Joining a line-up of stars also including Margot Robbie and Pamela Anderson, the four famous faces spent the day making phone calls and helping volunteers in their efforts to raise money for the Cantor Fitzgerald Relief Fund.

At one point, 50 Cent had Margot Robbie in fits of laughter after he took the phone from her and began negotiating with the bemused caller, trying to convince him to make a trade to help with donations.

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50 Cent had Margot Robbie in fits of giggles as he negotiated with a bemused caller

No doubt Princess Eugenie was making the most of her time back in the Big Apple, where she was living since 2013, and rang in her 25th birthday with a Disney-themed party. However in recent months the pretty royal made an exciting career move, accepting a new job at Saville Row gallery Hauser & Wirth – which means returning to the UK permanently.

Meanwhile, Princess Beatrice caused a stir on social media during a recent trip to New York City, after she took an Uber taxi with longterm boyfriend Dave Clark, as well as newlywed Hollywood stars Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis.

The actors were in the city celebrating Mila's 32nd birthday. Their driver David Capellan shared a picture of the famous quartet smiling in the back of his car with the caption: "I just met #Ashtonkutcher #Milakunis #princessbeatrice and #DaveClark we all had a crazy convo #lol #goodpeople #royalty #uber."

According to E! News, David said the group were "pretty hilarious" as they discussed their recent holidays.

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