I found this Macleans article, which described Princess Patricia of Connaught's life as a "modern princess". She supported the suffragette movement and was a talented artist. Between 1911 to 1916, she often undertook engagement with her father, Duke of Connaught and Strathearn, who was the governor general of Canada during this time. Her mother, Princess Louise Margaret of Prussia (later The Duchess of Connaught and Strathearn) was in precarious health.
Perhaps one of the most interesting part is that she married for love and relinquished the style of Her Royal Highness and title of Princess of Great Britain and Ireland. After her marriage to Sir Alexander Ramsay, she became Lady Patricia Ramsay, styled as a daughter of a royal duke.
There has not been a thread specifically for Princess Patricia of Connaught, but I hope there will be more discussions about her. I think she was ahead of her times, but also talented.