14:56 GMT05 December 2020
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    The Saudi royal family is seeking a personal assistant for an unnamed princess in Washington, DC, with an annual salary of up to $140,000.

    The position was tweeted by Mujtahid Bin Hareth Bin Hammaam, a Saudi citizen widely regarded as the Kingdom’s own “Julian Assange,” after he rose to prominence by sharing information about the royal family.

    The advertisement for the position was originally posted on the website Career Builder, seeking someone with a bachelor’s degree, as well as a minimum of two years working as a personal or executive assistant to a family, Newsweek reported.

    The royal family is seeking someone “with experience and eye for fashion, ” a “proven ability to juggle multiple tasks,” and who knows “the DC metro area’s best restaurants and locations.”

    To earn the six-figure income, which would be over three times the average earnings of an American in 2014, the lucky recipient will be in charge of tasks such as “calendaring, travel arrangements, shopping” and “planning events.”

    The Saudi royal family, or House of Saud, consists of thousands of people, most of whom live in extreme luxury. 

    The job post has since been removed, and the Saudi embassy has not responded to inquiries regarding the offer.


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