Princess Eugenie's holiday ban

Britain's Princess Eugenie has reportedly been told she cannot take any more holiday from her job until after Christmas.

Princess Eugenie's holiday ban

Princess Eugenie has reportedly been banned from taking any more holidays this year.

The 25-year-old daughter of Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson has already taken 25 holiday days during her first 10 weeks of work at the Hauser & Wirth gallery in London.

Eugenie is working as an associate art director at the company and they have reportedly warned her that she cannot have any more time off until after Christmas.

A source told the Mail on Sunday: "Because she is a Royal, the company does expect Eugenie to take more time off than most. But it has been made clear to her that the summer is over and it's time to knuckle down.

'She will be working incredibly hard over the coming weeks and she won't be holidaying again until Christmas."

Eugenie was said to be hoping to travel to New York to celebrate her mother's birthday in October but will instead be manning a stall in Regent's Park at the Frieze London art fair.

Her mother and sister Beatrice - who now works in New York - will instead fly to London to see her.

Eugenie's holidays this year include Scotland, mainland Europe and New York.

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