Furthermore, Princess Beatrice - who is vice-president of partnerships and strategy at business tech company Afiniti - believes being dyslexic can be an asset after school.
"Once you’re out of school life, that’s when a dyslexic can really excel," she told the podcast for Helen Arkell Dyslexia Centre.
"When you go into a workplace your ability to think differently allows you to be more creative, it allows you to approach problems slightly differently and allows you to be a little bit more flexible.
"The entrepreneurial spirit that comes from thinking differently is a wonderful thing.
"Being diagnosed with dyslexia was the greatest thing that ever happened to me because it allowed me to become part of this community of people that really are championing young people’s education and making sure that we protect our young people in school and in life."
Last year, Princess Beatrice read aloud from F.Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel The Great Gatsby at her Princess Eugenie’s wedding with Jack Brooksbank.
In other news, rumours of an impending engagement between Princess Beatrice and her boyfriend Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi have been circulating for months.
The couple, who have been dating since September 2018 and went public with their relationship in March this year, have attended numerous royal engagements together, including the wedding of Lady Gabriella Windsor in May.
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