The Queen’s granddaughter featured in a touching video and read aloud parts of the children’s book titled Xtraordinary People. Beatrice is an ambassador of the global charity Made By Dylexia which is behind the inspirational story.
Speaking from her London home, Beatrice, 32, gave a rare insight into how she was able to overcome her struggles at school after being diagnosed with the condition.
Dyslexia is a common learning difficulty and can cause people issues with their reading, writing and spelling.
It is estimated to affect as many as one-in-ten people.
The story encourages youngsters to embrace dyslexia and describes it as a “superpower”.
In one clip ahead of World Book Day on April 2, Beatrice said: “What you may not know about me is that I was Made by Dyslexia, which was a bit of a struggle when I was at school.
“But now, thanks to all the practice and a lot of support, I feel so lucky to be made by Dyslexia and working with some incredible organisations who are there to support you on your journey to find out what your superpower is.
“So today, I am thrilled to be reading this amazing book, called Xtraordinary people.”
Beatrice added she often “wished it away” during her early years, but now refers to dyslexia as a “tremendous gift”.
She said: “It’s no secret that I struggled with my dyslexia as a child and often even wished it away.
“But now I see it as a tremendous gift and I want every dyslexic child to know that they too can tap into their…