Queen Elizabeth II has reportedly overlooked Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie in the re-shuffling of the monarch's charity roles. However, it appears that Princess Beatrice has moved on from this snub. She has ventured into business and now has a big client.
Rumors of a Queen Elizabeth snub started a couple of days ago. Mail Online reported that Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie have not been given any of the recent charity roles that the Queen gave up. The outlet noted that 25 of Queen Elizabeth's charity patronages have been given to other royals. However, the daughters of Prince Andrew were not given any.
The battle between Prince Charles and Prince Andrew has been going on for years despite their denial of the sibling rivalry. It appears that their children have picked up this battle. While Princess Beatrice has not addressed the issue yet, rumor has it that her new business venture may have deeper roots.
Prince Andrew has allegedly been trying to put his daughters in the limelight. Rumors suggest that the third child of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip wants Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice to be treated as Prince Charles' children are. As fans know, Prince William and Prince Harry seem to be getting most of the spotlight.
Meanwhile, Royal Central reports that Princess Beatrice has bagged her first and big client. According to the outlet, the granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth has won Afiniti earlier this week. The company specializes in working with call centers for the software that the employees will need.
Princess Beatrice is currently seventh in line to succeed Queen Elizabeth's throne. While she appears to be snubbed by the Queen, she was spotted with Zia Chishti at the World Economic Forum recently. Chishti happens to be the Chairman and CEO of Afiniti.
Queen Elizabeth has yet to address the issues about her allegedly snubbing Prince Andrew's children. Princess Beatrice, on the other hand, appears to be too busy to even think of such matters. Fans are looking forward to the Princess of York succeeding in her new business venture.