Well I will say it, then. Not working is very very good! ;-)Specially if you have the money needed to use all you free time doing thing you are passionate about.
I don't understand why all the socialites pretend to be working girl. All this "I work very hard designing jewelry" nonsense. It's as if they were ashamed of not needing to work.
I totally agree with Nathalie Cox. What's becoming annoying about Charlotte attitude is simply her constant fed-up faces, and leave me alone attitude. It's just ridicolous.
Her mother Caroline tries to protect her private life as strongly as she can, but she always put on a happy face at parties, events, etc... I guess she has a class, her daughter totally lacks.
What I get from the little we know about her, is that being spoiled and privileged as she is, she has grown to believe that she deserves the best and has to start everything from the top. And that's leading her to failure after failure.
1. She dropped university because she had to get to ENS at the first try or nothing (and surprise, her name and money weren't worth nothing there).
2. She's failing at journalism because instead of taking some journalism course and starting from the botto, she went directly to one of the main european papers and from there to editing her own magazine which (from an stricly journalistic point of view) was rubbish. Again, her name and money didn't magically infuse her with the experience of a seasoned journalist.
3. She's failing at horse riding because instead of following a sensible career (à la Valentine) she's decided she deserves to ride among the best professionals in the world. And again, money buys you the horses but doesn't give you experience or talent.
It looks as if she thinks that just because she has the money and the contacts she deserves to start from the top in every activity she undertakes. And that's simply ridiculous everyone has to start from the botton and learn step by step. But she seems to always want the best or nothing.
It's so hard to say, but aren't you glad that you were born a "normal/ordinary" person that understands what it means to earn something - a degree, money, respect, admiration. Life's not a given, just BECAUSE you're royal (or a celeb). Unfortunately, the entitlement attitude does follow (eye rolling or glares when the 'razzi takes pictues). But, running from thing to thing because no one has any expectations for her (and she hasn't sought any) doesn't help, either - maybe some day, she'll pick a cause, a degree to follow through with and earn - finish SOMETHING (from beginning to end), and that earned feeling accomplishment will follow .