Zara - who is the daughter ofQueen Elizabeth's only daughter,Princess Anne- is placed lower in theline of successionthan her younger cousins (the daughters ofthe Queen'sthird child,Prince Andrew).
As a result, Zara was never entitled to the rank of "Her Royal Highness" andPrincess Annedeclined to give her daughter a title (just as she had when Zara’s elder brother,Peter Phillips,the Queen’s first grandchild, was born in 1977).
However,Princess BeatriceandPrincess Eugeniewere given formalroyal titleas the children of a monarch’s son.
The publication reported that this has enabled Zara to live a more normal life thanthe Duchessesand is able to enjoy a greater degree of freedom while still maintaining her royal roots - a reality that has sparked envy amongst the sisters.
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According toExpress, it appears unlikely that the daughters ofPrince Andrewwould have been able to accomplish the same life as their cousin.
Zara's family connections to equestry assisted her in becoming a champion horse rider as bothPrincess AnneandMark Phillipscompeted in horse riding events.
As a result, the royal couple could offer Zara the best advice and support (as well as the best horses and training grounds) to help develop her natural ability.
UnlikePrincess BeatriceandPrincess Eugenie, Zara was also not required to fulfil many obligations of theBritishroyal family.
A report revealed that Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie are jealous of their cousin Zara Tindall for her status in the royal family.
With Andrewaccusedof havingsex with an underaged girlsupplied by his friend, late paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, Eugenie’s work with the Anti-Slavery Collective – which involves cases of young girls being trafficked for sex – has been overshadowed.
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Princess Eugenie was recently left devastated after her dream of launching an anti-sex slavery podcast has been dealt a bitter blow by her father Prince Andrew’s ongoing sex scandal.
A source toldThe Sunthat the 29-year-old is struggling to deal with the drama.
"It’s all very difficult for Eugenie at the moment — she andBeatriceare very close to their father and are being very supportive.
"But obviously, the timing of her anti-slavery and sex trafficking initiative is hugely difficult given the renewed headlines around Andrew.
"She won’t want to launch a new podcast against modern-day slavery when that’s exactly what Epstein was doing.
"I’d expect the launch to be quietly put back."
The podcast had been a major project for Princess Eugenie, who has been desperate to make her own name, instead of being unfairly seen as a just another minor royal mooching off the system.