WhatsNew2Day
Latest News And Breaking Headlines

Princess Beatrice leads ‘high-level delegation’ to Pakistan for a heli-ski trip

Princess Beatrice brushes the shoulders of the former prime ministers of Spain and Italy while leading a “high-level delegation” on an adventurous heli-ski trip to Pakistan.

The royal, 31, who visits the country as part of her role for the AI ​​firm Afiniti, was received at the weekend by Pakistani president, Dr. Arif Alvi, before he went to the mountains to enjoy the working holiday.

Photos were created on twitter From Princess Beatrice chat with former Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar and former Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, who went on an expedition with her.

It is reported that after the departure of Prince Harry (35) and Meghan Markle (38), Princess Beatrice would play a more prominent role in the royal family.

Princess Beatrice, 31, is currently leading a “high delegation” on a heliski expedition to Pakistan alongside former prime ministers of Italy and Spain

During the one-week trip, Princess Beatrice takes part in 60 other enthusiastic skiers in Kaghan Valley in Pakistan for the adventure.

The expedition, organized as a collaboration between Afiniti and the media wing of the Pakistan forces, promises to bring together ‘technical professionals, entrepreneurs and multinational CEOs’ from all over the world for the ‘unique expedition’.

Heli-skiing is a form of adventurous alpine skiing where skiers go off-trail to parts of a mountain that are reached by helicopter instead of a ski lift.

Princess Beatrice is an experienced skier and often spends time in her parents’ chalet in Verbier during the winter season.

As part of the one-week expedition, the royal party took part in a reception organized by the president of Pakistan, Dr. Arif Alvi (photo)

As part of the one-week expedition, the royal party took part in a reception organized by the president of Pakistan, Dr. Arif Alvi (photo)

As part of the one-week expedition, the royal party took part in a reception organized by the president of Pakistan, Dr. Arif Alvi (photo)

On photos posted online this weekend by the President’s official Twitter account, Princess Beatrice saw a smile as she shook hands with the politician.

Share the images, the chatter read: “President Dr. Arif Alvi hosts a high-level delegation led by Princess Beatrice of York during the presidency, who are in Pakistan for heli-ski expeditions. ”

At another time, the royal party took part in a round table discussion with former European prime ministers, as well as business leaders and other members of the Afiniti team, before the group went to the mountains to ski.

Yesterday, Matteo Renzi shared a photo of a snow-covered mountain with a number of new ski tracks online, tweeting: ‘There are times when it is nice to rediscover yourself to think and admire the unspoilt nature. Even at 4,000 meters.

The royal could be seen relaxed on a warm morning with former politicians and business leaders before the group went to the mountains (photo, Princess Beatrice of York, Jose Maria Aznar, Matteo Renzi, Zia Chishti, Frederico Rigoni, Sayed Zulfikar Bukhari, Ali Jehangir Siddiqui, visit of Prime Minister Imran Khan)

The royal could be seen relaxed on a warm morning with former politicians and business leaders before the group went to the mountains (photo, Princess Beatrice of York, Jose Maria Aznar, Matteo Renzi, Zia Chishti, Frederico Rigoni, Sayed Zulfikar Bukhari, Ali Jehangir Siddiqui, visit of Prime Minister Imran Khan)

The royal could be seen relaxed on a warm morning with former politicians and business leaders before the group went to the mountains (photo, Princess Beatrice of York, Jose Maria Aznar, Matteo Renzi, Zia Chishti, Frederico Rigoni, Sayed Zulfikar Bukhari, Ali Jehangir Siddiqui, visit of Prime Minister Imran Khan)

“And there are no controversies here, but only so much beauty. Busy days are waiting for us, good week everyone. ”

Her visit to Pakistan comes four months after Prince William (37) and Kate Middleton (38) visited the country for a five-day visit to the country.

Last month Robert Lacey, the historical consultant for The Crown, said that Princess Beatrice and her sister Princess Eugenie, 29, would be “brought forward” because it is “what the royal family needs” after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had decided to step back from royal life.

Speak against Hey!, Robert revealed that the sisters “would be brought forward” if they wanted to, and said, “If two go out, two must come in and those two must be Beatrice and Eugenie.”

Photos of the trip were shared online, with Matteo Renzi placing a photo of a snowy mountain with fresh ski tracks

Photos of the trip were shared online, with Matteo Renzi placing a photo of a snowy mountain with fresh ski tracks

Photos of the trip were shared online, with Matteo Renzi placing a photo of a snowy mountain with fresh ski tracks

The royal biographer called it a “consequence” of the decision of the Duke and Duchess of Sussexes that Princess Beatrice and Eugenie would come forward and be welcomed.

The sisters, who are on the ninth and tenth in line with the throne, both have full-time jobs and do not receive checks from the Sovereign Grant, the government-supported fund that finances the official duties of Queen Elizabeth II.

Princess Beatrice, known as Beatrice York in her professional life, studied history and the history of ideas at Goldsmith University before playing a role in private private wealthy companies.

She also worked as an employee at Sandbridge Capital, a small, consumer-focused private equity company, and as a business development employee at Sony Picture TV before retiring in 2014.

Princess Beatrice is an experienced skier and regularly accompanies her family for trips to their chalet in Verbier (photo, during a trip in 2011)

Princess Beatrice is an experienced skier and regularly accompanies her family for trips to their chalet in Verbier (photo, during a trip in 2011)

Princess Beatrice is an experienced skier and regularly accompanies her family for trips to their chalet in Verbier (photo, during a trip in 2011)

.