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Princess Beatrice joins new mum Holly Branson at We Day

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Princess Beatrice supported her close friend Holly Branson on Friday as she returned to work following the birth of her twins in December. The British royal joined Sir Richard Branson's daughter as the pair helped launch youth empowerment event We Day UK.Beatrice, whose long-term boyfriend Dave Clark works for Sir Richard's spaceflight company Virgin Galactic, stood arm-in-arm with Holly as they arrived at Wembley Arena for the day of celebrations.

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Princess Beatrice and new mum Holly Branson at We Day on Thursday

"On my way #WeDayUK," wrote Holly as she travelled to the venue. "So excited to celebrate all the wonderful kids who have earned their way there."The previous evening, new mum Holly kicked-off the charitable festivities by giving a speech aimed to inspire another successful year of volunteering at a cocktail party and dinner in London.The 33-year-old opted for a navy ensemble for the evening, teaming leggings with a layered dress and wedges and adding a pop of colour with scarlet nail polish, while 26-year-old Beatrice sported a chic blue blazer over black dress, tights and heels.

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Sir Richard Branson with his daughter Holly and son Sam Branson

Thursday's glamorous evening was a family affair for the Bransons as Holly was joined by her businessman dad Richard and her brother Sam. The trio rubbed shoulder's with the evening's celebrity guests including Martin Sheen, Natalie Imbruglia, Conor Maynard and Laura Whitmore.Both Holly and her younger brother recently became parents, welcoming three new additions to the Branson brood.Sam's wife Isabella gave birth to the couple's first daughter Eva-Deia on 19 February, less than two months after Holly and her husband Fred Andrews became mum and dad to twins Etta and Artie."Joan and I are the luckiest grandparents alive to have three beautiful healthy grandkids in the space of two months," wrote proud grandad Richard on his website.