This is what Kate Middleton did for a living before becoming a princess
It's a classic love story, really.
Boy meets girl at university. Boy and girl fall in love. Girl becomes princess and future Queen of England. It's a tale as old as time really.
While Kate Middleton might be arguably the most photographed woman in the world nowadays, it will be in an official capacity on royal duty with paparazzi shots of her becoming increasingly rare. There was a time when her every move was tabloid fodder, before her image was subject to the restrictions expected of members of the royal family; which is why we have an impressive library of pictures of Kate as a normal university student in the noughties, wearing roller disco hot pants at Halloween and making terrible fashion choices.
She has been in the public eye since her relationship with now-husband Prince William became public knowledge in 2003, but before she the couple became engaged in 2010, she was the same as you and me - if you and me come from millionaire families, waiting for our royal beaus to pop the question.
Despite her non-artistocratic upbringing, she is considered a natural with her public role since marring William in 2011, although she previously joked that the other royals rib her for taking too long during walkabouts, saying: "Everybody teases me in the family that I spend far too long chatting. I still have to learn a little bit more, and to pick up a few more tips."
But after graduating St Andrew's University in 2005, Kate had a normal job which was a dream for any young woman with an aspiring career in fashion - as an accessories buyer with British label Jigsaw. Kate arranged the job with founder Belle Robinson, accommodating her schedule which required flexibility for her royal-girlfriend commitments, and so she worked three days a week with everyone else in its London office.
"And I have to say I was so impressed by her. There were days when there were TV crews at the end of the drive. We'd say, 'Listen, do you want to go out the back way?' And she'd say, 'To be honest, they're going to hound us until they've got the picture. So why don't I just go, get the picture done, and then they'll leave us alone'. I thought she was very mature for a 26-year-old, and I think she's been quite good at neither courting the press nor sticking two fingers in the air at them," Belle told the Evening Standard in 2008
"She sat in the kitchen at lunchtime and chatted with everyone from the van drivers to the accounts girls. She wasn't precious. A lot of people have distorted it to say we're friends with her parents but I've only met them four times."
Kate quit the role after a year in order to have some time to herself before she began working with her parents party planning company Party Pieces, where she is crediting with the success of their children's range.
Now, according to Princess Charlotte's 2015 birth certificate, Kate's official job title is Princess of the United Kingdom. Not too shabby.