Princess Anne, King Charles III’s sister, is renowned as one of the hardest-working royals of the monarchy, serving the crown diligently since she was 18 years old. According to a study by The Guardian, Anne has undertaken over 11,000 royal engagements from 2002 to 2022, more than anyone including Charles. She’s worked with 300 charities, organizations, and military regiments, served as president of the Save the Children fund for almost four decades, and has been involved in the creation of several charities herself. Because of her impressive portfolio and public image, experts believe she may be called to take on more responsibilities if Charles dies. However, this may take a huge toll on her due to her age. “Anne is incredibly hardworking, and I think Anne has a lot of people’s respect, but she also is a senior citizen,” royal commentator Kristen Meinzer told Business Insider. “How much longer can we have all these senior citizens doing this much work all the time — doing hundreds of engagements a year?” Due to Anne’s commitment to the crown, it’s possible she’ll put the monarchy’s needs above her own, which could have a negative impact on her well-being. Therefore, we’re putting her in the loser category — even though she deserves a medal!