Buganda Princess, Katrina Sarah Ssangalyambogo, aged 22, has embarked on a professional journey in the United Kingdom as a sports analyst, marking a significant milestone just four months after graduating from the university.
Princess Ssangalyambogo, the firstborn of Sylvia Nagginda and the Kabaka of Buganda, Ronald Muwenda Mutebi, recently took to social media to share her exciting news with followers around the globe.
The avid Manchester United supporter announced her entry into the workforce as a sports analyst at a sports marketing agency, keeping the agency’s name under wraps.
The royal, known for her passion for football, detailed the beginning of her typical day, which kicks off with either a morning run or a visit to the gym, followed by a leisurely stroll to the train station.
Expressing a mix of nerves and excitement on her first day, she revealed her working hours span from 9 am to 6 pm.
Social media was abuzz with reactions to her surprising career choice, given her status as a princess in East Africa’s largest monarchy. Some followers expressed astonishment, with comments like, “You are a princess, you don’t need to work…” from one follower, Derrick Mugisha.
However, others applauded Princess Ssangalyambogo for setting an example and embracing a fulfilling career, regardless of her royal background. “The Princess of Buganda works and loves her job. Minimal makeup, braids, everything simple…” noted TikTok user Leila Nyitri.
As Princess Ssangalyambogo steps into the world of sports analysis, she not only breaks stereotypes but also inspires with her dedication and commitment to charting her own course in the professional arena.