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The Queen attended the service, with Prince Philip and the Rev George Hall, at which her grand daughter, Princess Beatrice sang in

Princess Beatrice arrived at St Peter's church near Sandringham with her choir chums from St George's Ascot

 

Princess Beatrice was full of smiles as she prepared to sing for her grandmother the Queen and grandfather Prince Philip at church last week.

The 13-year-old daughter of the Duke and Duchess of York was one of the 24 members of the all-girl choir of St George’s School, Ascot, who were singing at St Peter’s, a village church on the Queen’s Sandringham estate in Norfolk.

They sang three pieces with a New Year theme during the 45-minute service. The Queen, wearing a red outfit and a matching hat, heard a sermon from the Bishop of Rochester, the Rt Rev Dr Michael Nazir-Ali, one of the favourites to be the next Archbishop of Canterbury. He was full of praise for the girls’ performance, saying, “The girls sang beautifully. I thought they were excellent.”

To read more about the young princess entertaining her grandmother, check out this week’s HELLO magazine, on sale now.