Princess Beatrice claimed that she and Eugenie had their “greatest fight”: “One pair got smashed.”


Princess Beatrice claimed that she and Eugenie had their “greatest fight”: “One pair got smashed.”

According to newly discovered sources, Princess Beatrice admitted to having “one of the greatest fights” with her younger sister Princess Eugenie over a pair of shoes.

Beatrice was the focus of the Royal Family’s attention yesterday as she celebrated her 33rd birthday, her last before becoming a mother, with a barrage of well wishes from the Firm. Beatrice’s mother, Sarah Ferguson, a.k.a. Fergie, was among many who expressed their condolences, calling her eldest daughter “Magical Beatrice” in an Instagram post. Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, Beatrice’s husband, who the princess married in a low-key ceremony last year, lavished praise on his wife, sharing a black-and-white selfie of the two on the beach.

“Happy Birthday, my love,” Edo wrote below the photo. “With all my heart, I love you.”

Eugenie, her 31-year-old sister, joined in the fun by posting a montage of photographs of the two siblings, including when they were kids enjoying a baseball game and swimming with dolphins.

“Happy Birthday to my big sissy…,” she wrote below the photos. BeaBea, you are incredible, and I have thoroughly enjoyed every moment of watching you be fearless and true… you [heart emoji]… and soon to be a mother 🙂 #iloveyou.”

Eugenie’s touching message underscored the sisters’ close bond, which they flaunted in public by playing key parts in each other’s weddings.

However, before Eugenie’s wedding in 2018, Beatrice confessed in a flashback Vogue interview that the two had squabbles like any other siblings.

“One of the biggest fights we ever had was over a pair of Converse trainers,” she recounted.

“We both have the same size feet and had the same set of shoes.

“One pair was thrown out, and the other sister might have switched them.”

Although insignificant, it demonstrates how strong their bond is, with Eugenie praising her sister for the way she supported her as they grew up.

“There was a dreadful story written about Beatrice, and she felt incredibly upset,” Eugenie told Vogue.

“We were ready to walk out the door when she wobbled and sobbed. I was taking care of her.

“Then I had a wobble and started crying an hour later, and Bea was there for me.”

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