Princess Anne is a full-time working member of the Royal Family. She is the mother of two children, Peter Phillips, 42, and Zara Tindall, 39.
Princess Anne has worked as a senior royal for most of her adult life, skipping on further education to take on a role in her family.
Often branded the hardest working royal, she has attended countless engagements on behalf of the monarch.
When doing so, the royal is usually happy to stick to traditions and protocols.
In November 1973, Princess Anne married her first husband Mark Phillips.
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While the couple later separated, they have two children together.
Princess Anne appeared to pass on a royal tradition when her children were both.
Peter and Zara were not automatically given HRH status, despite being the eldest grandchildren of the Queen.
This is because of a Letters Patent, an order issued by the monarch or head of state, which was released in 1917.
The letter confirmed that the children of the monarch’s sons would get HRH status, and become a Prince or Princess.
However, the letter did not automatically extend to the children of the monarch’s daughters.
It is thought the Queen offered titles to Princess Anne’s children, but she refused.
While the Letters Patent may have said titles were not automatically given, close family members of the Queen traditionally get titles.
Speaking in a rare interview, Princess Anne explained why she made her decision.
“I think it was probably easier for them,” she told Vanity Fair.
“I think most people would argue that there are downsides to having titles. So I think that was probably the right thing to do.”
Since then, Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex have also skipped on giving their children royal titles.
Princess Anne may have passed on one tradition, but she followed some others with her children.
For example, Zara and Peter were both educated at Gordonstoun School in Moray, Scotland.
This school has been attended by royals including Prince Philip, Prince Charles and Prince Edward.