Romance Reporter At Large
Mirror, mirror on the wall…who is the fairest princess of all?
Why, Kate Middleton, of course.
All eyes are on the lovely Kate as she weds Prince William with single girls all over the world wishing they were in her shoes.
And that they could give up their 9 to 5 jobs to be a princess.
I mean, it’s not like a princess has to work for a living. It’s all fancy balls and pretty clothes and dashing around with her handsome prince, right?
No more fast trips to the market with a purse full of coupons or emptying your Spam box or cleaning your bathroom.
Imagine lounging around the palace all day, eating chocolate truffles and texting your friends about how you have nothing to do but shop…
As Kate is sure to find out, being a princess is a full-time job.
In past weeks, this reporter has explored how to interview your romance heroine for a job, but what if that job is for a princess?
Just what does a Princess do anyway?
Here is a Princess Primer for all you Kate wannabes to have under your pillow when your Prince Charming pops the question:
1. A princess must never forget that her job is service to her people. Duty and compassion are also important. Okay, so that means being nice to everyone you meet, including your mother-in-law, the Queen.
And by all means, practice, practice, practice the “royal wave.” You’ll want to have it down perfect when you’re Queen!
Evelyn Q. Darling is the alter ego of Jina Bacarr, author of The Blonde Samurai: “She embraced the way of the warrior. Two swords. Two loves.”
Jina Bacarr is also the author of The Blonde Geisha ,Cleopatra's Perfume, Naughty Paris, Tokyo Rendezvous, a Spice Brief, and Spies, Lies & Naked Thighs