Lady Amelia Windsor has revealed her ambitions to work in the fashion industry when she graduates. The 21-year-old, who is 36th in line to the British throne, opened up about her love of fashion in an interview with Miss Vogue.
Revealing that she will be spending a year studying in Paris and Rome as part of her degree, Amelia said that she hopes to learn more about fashion when she is there.
Lady Amelia Windsor hopes to launch a career in fashion
"I would love to make a contribution to any aspect behind the creative process," Amelia said. "On my year abroad I want to really further my understanding of every aspect of a fashion house: from the making of the fabrics to the production of a catwalk show."
The fashionable royal has already completed an internship at Chanel and is often praised for her sartorial choices, with Tatler magazine describing her as "the most beautiful member of the royal family".
The royal carried out an internship at Chanel
Amelia also shared the best fashion advice she has been given for attending formal events.
"Comfort first," she said. "You'll regret wearing agonising shoes when you want to boogie on the dance floor, and always remember to bring a clutch or bag which has a zip to keep everything secure so your belongings don't fly across the room when you're twirling around."
The student is the granddaughter of the Queen's cousin, Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and the daughter of George Philip Nicholas Windsor, Earl of St Andrews, who is the heir apparent to the Dukedom of Kent, while her mother is University of Cambridge historian Sylvana Palma Windsor, Countess of St Andrews.