Princess Beatrice has reportedly resigned from her New York job to make a bid at launching her own start-up company.
The daughter of Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson Duchess of York has grand plans to become a business consultant and has given up her steady job to branch out on her own.
It’s the fourth job she’s left in the past five years, but this time she reportedly has a firm plan in place to embrace her “entrepreneurial ambitions”.
Dealing witht he change well, the Princess is enjoying a luscious holiday in the Greek Islands with a group of friends, following a previous sojourn a few weeks ago to the south of France.
The Daily Mail have reported that the redheaded royal was "let go" from her New York based role, back in June, but this was denied by her aides who said she’d only been in Britain because of a “work project” and to attend Queen Elizabeth’s 90th birthday celebrations.
They also claimed that Beatrice had not been to her work for two months and her employers Sandbridge had said she was no longer with the company.
Close insiders have now revealed the young royal is pursuing her start-up business with the full backing of her former workplace and bosses.
“She is creating a start-up consultancy backed by, and in association with, the group she worked with.
"She and some other people have set up a consultancy business under the auspices of Sandbridge Capital,” the source confessed.
How she's grown! Watch the hilarious moment 18-year-old Beatrice tells her mum she plans to do better than her in business. Post continues.
The friend of the Princess reiterated that she had not been sacked, saying: "She was working, she resigned and is now concentrating her efforts on this start-up.
"She wanted to be more entrepreneurial, so she has set up her own unit within the group, but as a separate unit."
Another friend lashed out people gossiping about the job status of the Queen's granddaughter.
“Beatrice is a young girl making her own way in the world and finding her feet," the friend explained. "She should be applauded for striking out on her own, not vilified.”