- We were invited to Buckingham Palace in November.
- Prince Andrew — the Queen’s second son, and father of Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie — was hosting a tech event at its grand ballroom.
- Here’s what it was like.
Buckingham Palace, the home Britain’s royal family, is a total mystery to most of us.
Only six royals have bedrooms there, and the palace’s grand „State Rooms“ are almost only used when a member of the family sponsors a big event.
We were recently invited to Pitch@Palace, an event for tech startups and investors hosted by Prince Andrew, the Queen’s second son and father of Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice.
Here’s what it’s like to be invited to a party at the Palace.
Buckingham Palace is the home of Queen Elizabeth II, and it’s not often people get to go inside.
Security there is particularly tight, and the gates that surround the 40-acre site imposing.
We were invited to an event there in early November.
The letters „KG“ after the Duke’s name mean he’s in the „Order of the Garter,“ established in 1348 to note people of chivalry.
The motto is: „Shame on him who thinks ill of it.“
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