Netflix’s “The Crown” may use Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice as covert weapons, but given their closeness to Prince Andrew, they may cause yet another scandal, which is something they neither need nor desire, a new report claimed.

Due to Princess Kate's cancer diagnosis, she is currently avoiding the spotlight. As a result, the York sisters were able to attend a number of royal events because there weren't many senior royals accessible.

"The emergence of new working royals may fuel comparisons and competition within the royal family. It could potentially lead to internal tensions or conflicts that could damage the monarchy's public image," PR expert Grayce McCormick told Daily Mail.

The princesses would have to resign from their usual careers in order to become full-time royals; Eugenie is an art director and Beatrice is a tech strategist.

At a garden party held by Prince William at Buckingham Palace, the Yorks were by his side, and Eugenie promised her admirers that she would stay in her cousin's corner.

"Come rain or shine, I was delighted to support my family yesterday to meet some special individuals at the Buckingham Palace Garden Party who have gone above and beyond to support their local communities and the country," Princess Eugenie said in an Instagram post after attending the gathering alongside Zara and Mike Tindall.

Cameron Walker praised the future king for including the royals who are not in active service.

“Yeah, it was quite a nice surprise. Prince William does want to see his cousins take on a bit more of an informal role when it comes to engagements. The idea of a slimmed-down monarchy might start to be a thing of the past. It is a case of Prince William taking after his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, and rallying around his cousins like Queen Elizabeth did and asking them to help out as and when, so watch this space,” Cameron told GB News.

The Yorks and Tindalls are regular members of the royal family, but they are not yet senior royals.

“I suspect we may see Princess Eugenie, Princess Beatrice, Zara Tindall, Mike Tindall and Peter Philips out and about and doing more engagements for the royal family in an informal capacity. But I must stress that does not mean becoming working royals,” Cameron continued.