Princess Diana’s Aunt spends time working with Inner-City Youth and her Charities
Los Angeles, California — Lady Rudderforth (75) the royal socialite, who moved to America from England could spend her time at her palatial home in California playing with her dogs and the various animals that roam her home and property, however instead she spends her time teaching literature to inner-city youth at a local school.
Lady Rudderforth attended Chapman University where she received her teaching credential. She went on to earn a Masters Degree in Psychology from Vermont College of Norwich University. She has also served as a college counselor to under-represented, ethnic minority and international students.
Lady Rudderforth has written articles for Reader’s Digest and articles on Consumer Psychology, co-authored a book on Consumer Economics. She is currently the author of several children’s books that are amazon best-sellers which she donates the proceeds to her favorite charities.
She has sung, danced and performed professionally, and in some cases played leading roles in “The Sound of Music”, “Carousel “, “South Pacific”, “Brigadoon” and “Oklahoma” to name a few. Working with youth has been her life passion and through this passion she directed a drama/musical theatre workshop and Glee Club for Children?
Lady Rudderforth has traveled extensively and has visited Mexico, Costa Rica, The Channel Islands, Bermuda, Wales, France, Switzerland, Italy, England, and Germany. Most people would be surprised that this working Royal grand-mother is the one teaching them, directing their musical theatre workshop, etc. Apart from her home, which is close to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex (her Great Nephew) to look at her, there is nothing royal looking about this down to earth working Royal Grandmother.