Lady Louise Windsor has taken a part-time job at a local garden centre, since completing her A Level exams in June.
The Queen’s granddaughter has been earning just £6.83 per hour in her role, which involves helping out on the tills, greeting customers, and even pruning and potting plants.
The 18-year-old curently lives with her parents Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex in a £30million mansion, in Bagshot Surrey.
The part-time position at the undisclosed garden centre was intended to keep her busy while she anxiously waited for her A Level results.
Buckingham Palace has revealed that Lady Louise Windsor confirmed her place at St. Andrew’s University yesterday.
The royal attended school in Ascot, where at AS-level she studied English, Politics, Drama and History, but the specifics of her A level chosen subjects have not been revealed.
The security details surrounding Lady Louise’s Summer job have not been released to the public, while it is thought Edward and Sophie only receive police protection when they are on official duties and royal engagements.
Many shoppers have been praising the young royal for being “polite and attentive” in her new minimum-wage role.
Speaking to The Sun, one shopper said: “I knew the cost-of-living crisis was bad, but I didn’t think I’d ever see a grandchild of the Queen working in a garden centre.”
Another added: “The staff seemed to adore her. It’s not every day you buy your begonias off a royal.”
Lady Louise was among the thousands of students, who received their A-level results yesterday.
She will study English at the the University of St Andrews, which is considered one of the world’s most prestigious institutes.
Lady Louise is following in the footsteps of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who began dating after meeting at the Scottish university.
The royal recently made a public appearance at the Commonwealth Games, in Birmingham, alongside her parents and brother, James Viscount Severn, 14.
Prior to the Games, she was seen at Trooping the Colour on the Buckingham Palace balcony alongside her grandmother, the Queen.
Although Lady Louise was lucky enough to be accepted at her chosen university, it hasn’t been the same for ten of thousands of students, who are still battling to secure a university place through the Clearing process.
It was reported last week that many students will be disappointed with their A Level results this year, as grades have been down for the past two years.
Many students discovered yesterday that they were unplaced and therefore ineligible for the Clearing process, based on not receiving the grades entry requirement.