Fans have always admired the privileged and luxurious lifestyle of British royals, such as Queen Elizabeth II, Prince William and Prince Harry. But there are those who believe that not every member of the royal family deserves the privileges they enjoy as some of them contribute very little to the running of the institution.

Taking this line of thought into consideration, it’s not too surprising that someone would post the question “Which royal family member has the most privilege for the least effort?” on Quora. Fortunately, one of most active members of the site, Eileen Wood, wrote the most elaborate response to the rather challenging query.

First, she eliminated all the usual suspects such as Prince Andrew, who isn’t actually as nonproductive as others might have assumed. “I see other answers claiming Prince Andrew doesn’t do much, yet he was the 4th busiest Royal in 2018, in terms of number of official engagements,” Wood wrote on Quora.

Andrew and Sarah Ferguson’s daughters, Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice, are also excluded from Wood’s list. “The York princesses both have full-time paying jobs, so they’re hardly receiving ‘privilege for the least effort,’” the Quora user explained.

Meanwhile, Queen Elizabeth’s husband, Prince Philip, definitely deserves the privileges he enjoys, considering his lengthy service to the country. “Prince Philip put in decades of dedicated service before retiring, so he’s certainly earned every bit of privilege he receives,” Wood pointed out.

While Her Majesty’s youngest son is seldom seen in the news, he’s actually quite busy behind the scenes. “Prince Edward has been very, very quietly taking over many of his father’s duties, especially with the Duke of Edinburgh Scheme,” Wood noted. “He’s now 3rd on the list, based on number of engagements in 2018.”

The Quora user then jokingly offered a few names that might fit the question’s description. “I suppose you could say George, Charlotte, Louis, and Archie receive the most privilege for the least effort,” Wood wrote. “I mean, they don’t even do any official Royal duties, yet they live the lives of Royals.”

Of course Wood was just offering the royal children’s names in jest. “They are young kids young kids don’t generally have jobs it’s not 1890 and kids going cleaning chimneys,” another Quora user, Leigh Mclean, commented on Wood’s reply.

Indeed, the workloads among members of the royal family vary greatly based on this year’s first-quarter data. The heir apparent, Prince Charles, is the busiest royal from January to March of 2019 with around 160 official engagements.

Charles is followed by Anne, Princess Royale, who attended 118 engagements. Occupying the third spot is Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, who appeared in 80 engagements during the same period. Meanwhile, William and Harry ranked seventh and eighth, respectively.

Royal Family Queen Elizabeth II with Prince William, Duke of Cambridge; Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence; Princess Anne, Princess Royal; Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex; and Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, attend the Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall on November 10, 2018, in London, England. Chris Jackson/Getty Images