When Meghan Markle became engaged to Prince Harry, she hung up her actress title for good, leaving her life in California for a royal working role.
But for famous royal sisters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, royal life is very different – especially when it comes to work.
Despite being eighth and ninth in line to the throne respectively, Beatrice and Eugenie don’t receive a royal salary like their cousins Prince William and Prince Harry.
While the sisters do have royal titles, their involvement in royal life is fairly limited – both Beatrice and Eugenie receive no income from the Sovereign Grant (the tax-payer funded money that covers royal salaries) and they’re not on the royal roster for official engagements either.
Left without a royal salary, the daughters of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson have instead paved out their own careers.
According to Daily Mail, 30-year-old Princess Beatrice works as the vice-president of a technology company, while 28-year-old Princess Eugenie is the associate director of a contemporary art gallery.