Kate Middleton, Lady Louise, Princess Eugenie… These members of the royal family who had a real job

Kate Middleton, Lady Louise, Princess Eugenie… These members of the royal family who had a real job
Kate Middleton, Lady Louise, Princess Eugenie… These members of the royal family who had a real job

Royals may be used to a very privileged lifestyle, but some of them have also had jobs during their lives. At the start of her romantic relationship with Prince William, Kate Middleton was indeed exercising a job. She kept this job for a year, before to become a photographer for his parents’ company.

After graduating from the University of St Andrews, she obtained an accessories buyer position for Jigsaw. At the time, she negotiated with her employers to only work four days a week. Thus, this allowed her to be present for Prince William when the latter wished.

Kate Middleton’s former profession

Kate Middleton didn’t just work for a year before marrying Prince William. Indeed, she also used her skills as a photographer to help his parents. She worked for the family business called Party Pieces. The Princess of Wales, who is currently suffering from cancer, is particularly known for her talents as a photographer.

As a reminder, the party supplies store offers table decorations, balloons, and other colorful objects to celebrate a birthday, Christmas Eve or even a baby shower. The business of Carole Middleton, mother of Kate Middleton, was founded in 1987 to make her children’s parties unforgettable.

Eugenie of York and Lady Louise Windsor

Like Kate Middleton, Princess Eugenie also had a job. She began her career in New York in 2013, working for the online auction house, Paddle8. In 2015, she became director associate of the contemporary art gallery Hauser & Wirth. Eugenie of York then met Jack Brooksbank in 2010 with whom she married and had a child.

In 2022, the media also revealed that the Queen’s granddaughter, Lady Louise Windsor, had accepted a part-time job. In fact, the 18-year-old girl worked in a garden center while waiting for her baccalaureate results. Lady Louise then traveled to the University of St Andrews in Scotland, where her cousins ​​Prince William and Princess Kate Middleton met.

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