As a fourth in line with the British throne, Prince William and Kate Middleton's daughter, Princess Charlotte, will have to perform many royal duties one day.
Today, the only duties the little princess has been asked to do, serve as a bridesmaid at some wedding. But when she grows older, much more is asked about a future daughter of a future.
Here's what we know about what the princess's job description will be one day.
Princess Charlotte will always be a full-time royal
Pop sugar noted that because Princess Charlotte is in direct line of ascension rather than resigned from a younger son, she will be considered a full-time, working royal throughout her life. This is not the case with her cousins - Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, both of whom are non-working royal and therefore have full-time jobs that are not linked to the castle.
For Charlotte, all her work will be done on behalf of the royal family and the ruling monarch.
What her job description can be
The castle has not yet confirmed what Charlottes exact duties will be in the future, but it is safe to assume that she will do what the kings in her same position have done in front of her.
That said, Charlottes's job will probably include everything like Princess Margaret (Queen's younger sister) and Prince Anne (Prince Charles's younger sister). Both women were presented with a hefty schedule of things they needed to participate, as Anne still does to this day.
Like them, Princess Charlotte will not only be expected to travel for royal walks, create the appearance of official engagements and palace functions, but she will almost certainly be involved in several charity organizations and serve as a patron of somebody too.
Will Charlotte work as hard as her aunt?
When Charlotte is old enough to start performing these royal duties, the question will be: Will she work as hard as her aunt, Princess Anne? Queen Elizabeth II's only daughter has received reputation as the hardest working royal because since 2016 she has participated in more engagements than any other member of the royal family.
From January 2018 to August 2018, Anne had already worked 105 days out of a possible 215. In 2017, Princess Royal participated in 540 engagements and the year before she participated in a large number of 640 events. While Princess Anne goes to more excursions than anyone else in her family, there's one thing she does not want to do and it's shaking hands with people in the crowd.
"We never shook hands. The theory was that you could not shake your hands with everyone, so do not start. I hold on to that," said Anne as his reason. "I think the first concept was that it was obviously absurd to start shaking hands. And it seems like it's been a shaking handshake instead of a walkabout."
We guess that Charlotte will be different from her big aunt in that regard, and instead follow in her parents' footsteps to poke hands with members of the public.
Read more: Is Princess Charlotte allowed to wear pants or shorts?
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