She is already a successful author, film producer, jewellery designer and TV presenter. Now the Duchess of York is to set up a company to manage her burgeoning business empire.
And the 49-year-old mother of Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie also plans to spend less time in New York and more in the UK.
Her latest project is to produce an animated film of her children’s book, Tea For Ruby, the story of a high-spirited girl who has to polish her manners when she receives an invitation to have tea with the Queen.
The Duchess, who has published more than 20 books, tells me: ‘I want to bring all of my babies together and make them into a huge success.’
Her Budgie The Little Helicopter books were turned into animated TV series and last month families queued at Harrods for hours to have copies of Tea With Ruby signed by the Duchess, who spent nearly three hours chatting to her young fans.
She is also an executive producer on The Young Victoria, a movie produced by Martin Scorsese and scripted by Julian Fellowes.
It is due out in March and tells the story of Queen Victoria’s ascension to the throne and how she fell in love with Prince Albert.
‘I can’t wait for that – it’s unbelievable and I think it’s going to be massive,’ says the Duchess.
‘With Rupert Friend, Emily Blunt, Martin Scorsese and Julian Fellowes, you can’t really go wrong.
'They have all done an incredible job and I am extremely proud that it was based on my idea.’
The Duchess, who has remained close to her ex-husband Prince Andrew since their split, is said to be a great deal happier in her home country since relations between her and the Queen improved so dramatically that she was invited to spend a week at Balmoral last August.
Prince Harry is making his own appointments to Sentebale, the African AIDS charity he founded in memory of his mother, now it is no longer being overseen by his father.
The 24-year-old Prince has brought in a new fundraiser, and a new chairman has been added.