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“Anne was a much stronger character, and still is today, and even bossed Charles around, though he was older. She was a bit of a tomboy while Charles was sensitive and slightly weak."
She has always been a much more practical person and takes after her father, very much ‘getting on with it’.
Recently voted eighth most popular royal, just behind Charles, Anne has been described as a “strong and committed” member of the family – a major turnaround from how the public viewed her in the ’70s and ’80s.
“Anne was the black sheep of the family and didn’t endear herself to the press or public who saw her as arrogant and aloof,” says the source.
And while she will never be the reigning monarch, the princess is said to simply want the recognition she deserves and more patronages as her mother heads towards retirement.