Princess Eugenie must not ‘fall back on Granny’

Princess Eugenie has been told not to “fall back on Granny”.
The 26-year-old royal – who is the granddaughter of Britain’s monarch – has been advised by a royal expert, who remains unnamed, to “break the mould” by being more independent and stop relying on her grandparents.
According to the Belfast Telegraph website the source claims Eugenie – who is the daughter of Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson – should “stand on her own feet” and stop keep “falling back on Granny”.
This news comes after reports Eugenie and her longterm boyfriend, Jack Brooksbank, are planning to move into a cottage situated on the grounds of Kensington Palace.
Eugenie is set to relocate from her current four bedroom apartment in St James’s Palace, London, which she currently shares with her older sister Princess Beatrice, 28, to be the new neighbours to Prince Harry, as well as Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge and their two children Prince George, three, and 15-month-old daughter Princess Charlotte when they make their move to the West London abode.
Meanwhile Eugenie, who has been dating her 29-year-old boyfriend James for six years – after the pair met at ski resort in Verbier, Switzerland, in 2010 – is reportedly planning to marry her beau next year.
However the family have since squashed the rumours the couple are planning to tie the knot.
Speaking previously about her daughter’s love life, a spokesperson for Eugenie’s mother Sarah said: “It is categorically not true.”