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The bad news for them is that all of the noises coming out of Buckingham Palace in recent years have suggested the Queen favours a gradual shrinking of the Civil List as she tries to trim the cost of the Royal family to satisfy public opinion.
“One of my best friends jokingly says: 'Hi, Princess,’ ” she said in a rare interview, “and I say: 'Shut up.’ It is one of the things that bugs me most in the world.” Being a princess, it seems, just ain’t what it used to be.
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“Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie will of course get jobs,” said one courtier, “but they will also be required to carry out royal duties by attending events such as Trooping the Colour and the Diamond Jubilee celebrations.” Indeed, Beatrice, 23, will join the Queen at the Maundy Thursday service at York Minster next week.
But, despite her Royal title (or perhaps because of it), Beatrice has failed to find a suitable job since she graduated from university with a 2:1 in history last year.There are currently 16 full-time working members of the Royal family but the Prince of Wales is said to favour cutting that number to eight or nine when he becomes king, leaving no room for the likes of Beatrice and Eugenie, or their younger cousins Viscount Severn and Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor, when they come of age.