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  2. Beatrice (given name) - Wikipedia

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    Beatrice ( / ˈbiː ( ə) trɪs /; Italian: [beaˈtriːtʃe]) [1] is a female given name. The English variant is derived from the French Béatrice, which came from the Latin Beatrix, which means "blessed one". [2] Beatrice is also the Italian language version of Beatrix. The Spanish and Portuguese form is Beatriz.

  3. Princess Diana and Princess Beatrice's Met Gala Moments Have Fans...

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    The next, Princess Beatrice, attended the event in 2018 when the theme for the evening was "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination." The granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II was...

  4. Princess Beatrice's pregnancy reveal a 'dig' at Meghan, Harry - ...

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    The timing of Princess Beatrice’s pregnancy announcement was a “total dig” at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, royal insiders believe. Beatrice chose to announce that she was expecting her first...

  5. Princess Beatrice - Wikipedia

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    Princess Beatrice. Princess Beatrice, Mrs Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi [1] (Beatrice Elizabeth Mary; born 8 August 1988) is a member of the British royal family. She is the elder daughter of Prince Andrew, Duke of York, and Sarah, Duchess of York. She is a niece of Charles III and a granddaughter of Elizabeth II. Born fifth in line of succession to the British throne, she is now ninth.

  6. The name Beatrice is girl's name of Italian, Latin origin meaning "she who brings happiness; blessed". Beatrice is derived from Beatrix, a Latin name meaning "she who brings happiness." In the earliest sources it is also recorded as Viatrix, meaning "voyager", so there is some weight in both meanings. Beatrice was the name of Queen Victoria's youngest child.

  7. Beatrice | Italian noble | Britannica

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    Beatrice is usually identified as Beatrice Portinari, the daughter of a noble Florentine family, who married Simone de’ Bardi and died at the age of 24 on June 8, 1290. Dante wrote a chronicle of his relationship with her in La vita nuova (c. 1293; The New Life), a prose work interlaced with lyrics. Dante tells of his meetings with her, praises her beauty and goodness, describes his own intense reactions to her kindness or lack of it, tells of events in both their lives, and explains the ...

  8. Beatrice Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

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    Beatrice noun Be· atrice ˌbā-ä-ˈtrē- (ˌ)chā ˈbē-ə-trəs : a Florentine woman idealized in Dante's Vita Nuova and Divina Commedia Word History Etymology Italian First Known Use 1642, in the meaning defined above Time Traveler The first known use of Beatrice was in 1642 See more words from the same year Dictionary Entries Near Beatrice be at pains

  9. Princess Beatrice had 'disdain' for Kate as royal 'very jealous'

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    Princess Beatrice, the daughter of Prince Andrew, according to TheTalko, has something of a "disdain" for William's wife, Kate. Princess Beatrice: The Royal is said to have a 'huge disdain' for...

  10. What does Beatrice mean? B eatrice as a girls' name is pronounced BEE-a-triss. It is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Beatrice is "voyager (through life); blessed". Italian and French form of Beatrix, from Viatrix, the original form in Latin and feminine form of Viator.

  11. Beatrice | VisitNebraska.com

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    Beatrice Chances are, the Homestead National Monument of America brought you here. Good call. Just don't leave without blazing a trail through downtown or Beatrice's great outdoors. After hitting Homestead National Historical Park, discover more pioneer history at the Carnegie Building.