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Cross was being relieved of his duties amid suggestions that he and the Princess had become 'too close'.
Never was the Princess' s imperious manner as useful as when rebutting such suggestions.
Anne has long condemned the manner in which the Royal Family has become 'public property', yet her daughter modelled her first clothing range last month and has made hundreds of thousands of pounds a year from high-profile advertising campaigns, including Land Rover, Rolex and the Queen's bank Coutts. in the BBC interview, Anne admitted she is uncomfortable that Zara merits the label 'celebrity', but suggested that she has no other option. In the context of her eventing career, and the fact that she has sponsors and the sport has sponsors.
It comes with the territory these days.' But then Anne has an unusually pragmatic approach to her exalted position.
'I'm certain that's what made her seem so stiff to the public.' It might even explain why the Princess Royal has for years continued to wear her hair swept up in a Victorian creation that recently was described as being 'like a cottage loaf '.
However, men around her are said to find her slender, horse-woman's figure - an unchanged size ten since she was 20 - and rather bossy manner not unsexy.
‘I can see why it is good for your country.' Ironically, the Soviets had originally invited Charles and Diana, but the Queen and the then prime minister Margaret Thatcher decided to send the Royal Family's safest pair of hands.
Indeed, behind palace walls the Princess Royal poured scorn on Diana's hands-on style, which was totally opposite to the uneasy distance she always kept with the public. Her attitude to the Princess was described by one former aide as 'cool to the point of deep freeze'. And yet while the rest of the Royal Family indulge themselves and their offspring in self-aggrandisement and privilege, Princess Anne, the monarch's second child and only daughter, refused to allow her children to be weighed down with royal titles - preferring them to have more freedom.