Princess Beatrice (30) and Princess Eugenie (29) sometimes find it hard to be role models.
They rank ninth and tenth in the British throne and, as such, have a bit more privacy than their cousins Prince William and Prince Harry, but they are still very much alive in public.
Why Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie have always found it hard to be role models
Virtually every one of her moves has been audited by her professional activities – Princess Eugenie is gallery director and Princess Beatrice is vice president of a New York City-based data center. and software companies – about the foods they eat.
"To be a role model has always been a difficult task for her, and to criticize her weight, her fashion, and her working life has always been a difficult task for her," one source told People.
Above all, the princesses were criticized for their outfits for the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in 201
In the British tradition, they wore fascinations, but because of their style and their color, Beatrice and Eugenie were compared with the evil step-sisters in Disney's Cinderella who made similar outfits in the animated film.
It was recently revealed that Sarah Derguson, the Duchess of York, put her daughter Beatrice on a diet at the age of eight when she began eating too much.
Ferguson, once referred to by the press as the "Duchess of Pork," called these days "soul-destroying" and probably did not want her daughter to do the same.
When the Duchess of York was asked why she was dieting Beatrice, she said, "I think she has too many family members."