PARENTS fear that thousands of princesses-in-training will struggle to find livelihoods.
18 per cent of girls under seven have chosen princess as their career, but complain that nepotism in the business means they may never achieve their dream.
Mother-of-two Susan Traherne said: There are no recognised qualifications, no entry-level positions, nothing.
My daughter is prepared to work her way up from minor royalty to Disney heroine, but even duchess jobs get handed straight to the children of the incumbents.
This could be a major export business for the UK. Nobodys more royal than us.
Salesman Tom Booker agreed: “My daughter’s 25 and still driving round in a hot pink Mini powered by fairy dust which doesn’t come cheap looking for the right opportunity.
But as things go its Prince Harry or bust.
A spokesman for the royal family said that birth qualifications had recently been dropped and their most recent hire had only a private income and a middling degree.