I always have a negative impression of both Eugenie and her sister, no matter what good causes they support.
If one or the other worked hard at "real" jobs, or, had really accomplished something, outside of being trust-funded upperclass semi-fashionistas who happen to have an HRH and some charitable interests, I might like them more. They are both beyond 30 now so I have no expectations, but also no admiration.
I didn't realise that working in an art gallery, for which one is qualified via a degree wasn't a 'real job'.
Since this and your other comment were more or less directed at MY comment, let me say this:
"Princess" Eugenie may indeed work a full day at the art gallery. Sometimes. And maybe she has some stress about the work. Sometimes. But I'm 99.9 certain that the art gallery she works for gives her plenty
of time off, and that it's time off for the asking. She's the granddaughter of the Queen of England - who's gonna be the Scrooge that says "no, Princess Eugenie, you have to work Monday through Friday, 9 to 6, and you can't go to Ascot." "No, Princess Eugenie, you can't take off to appear with your co-founder at this or that charity event."
Please. Let's not pretend that Eugenie, or her sister for that matter, or that Maria Olympia, or Infanta Sofia of Spain, or any of the Dutch spares, are going to have to put their nose to the grindstone. They are cushioned from a lot
of life's challenges, one of which is finding a decent job, with benefits, that will support one and one's family, by money
, and their entitled birth(s). I'm not saying it's an absolute free pass, of course they will have troubles and problems in their personal lives that can't be avoided, but MOST of us have to provide legitimate excuses to miss even an hour of work and provide the excuse with plenty of advance notice before we can get time off. That's just a real issue for real (ordinary) people.
And if this belief of mine is “vilifying” poor pampered trust-funded Eugenie, so be it.