Bash shell - AWK print text file removing first two blank lines that contain \n

I have a text file with some information that im trying to process. I want to remove the first two blank lines that only have \n
on them, but I need to keep the rest of the lines below that with their respective \n characters. How would I use AWK to read
the file, remove the first two lines and leave the rest alone without removing their newlines?

Thanks in advance!
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awk '(p<2){if(NF==0){p++;next;}}{print}' file

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cybrthugAuthor Commented:
Thank you sir, excellent.
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