In its ongoing coverage of Windsor, the Daily Mail spoke to "brand and industry experts" who predicted that the heiress could stand to make a cool "£1 million (about $1.35 million) a year through brand collaborations alone." As branding expert Chris Ogle told the outlet, "should she choose to monetise her value through brand endorsements, she would be able to earn around £1m per year without too much difficulty. However, should she choose to remain selective in her partnerships, then her relative value would skyrocket, as she is seen [as] not to be sold to the highest bidder," he added.
Meanwhile, stylist Rochelle White predicted that Windsor has "the makings to build herself up to be, dare I say, a global brand… just like the Hadid sisters," while Mischa Joslin, managing director of PR agency EdenCancan, added that Windsor is lucky because she "can leverage the royal connection as much as she needs to, without feeling the wrath of the palace's PR team."
What's more, her "royal status will be impactful in markets outside the UK. The United States loves the Royal Family, and I can see her being able to translate her success significantly over there."