Britain's Princess Beatrice wants to start a fashion career.
She is quite interested in fashion. But she is not sure exactly what sort of job she could do. Whatever she decides she would like to continue her charity work too.
The royal - who was ridiculed for her unusual hat at the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in April - has expressed a wish to work in fashion now she has graduated from London's Goldsmith's college with a degree in history.
A friend told Britain's HELLO! magazine: "She is quite interested in fashion. But she is not sure exactly what sort of job she could do. Whatever she decides she would like to continue her charity work too."
Before she settles on a career, however, Beatrice - daughter of Sarah Ferguson and the Duke of York - will undertake a series of internships to gain experience in a variety of areas.
A Buckingham Palace spokesperson said: "Princess Beatrice will, over the coming months broaden her knowledge and experience to complement her position as a member of the royal family. This will involve undertaking a number of internships to develop her experience, particularly in business and philanthropy.
"She will also continue to be involved with her charitable interests and look to progress this work into other relevant areas."