'Ever since childhood I've wanted of mere curiosity to ask a king or a queen a couple of questions.'
‘Go ahead I'm just as curious to know what they are, particularly from a woman.'
‘How does it feel to be what you are?'
'It feels fine here in Greece because it's creative work, unlike in most countries.'
‘Do you feel superior because of your royal blood?'
'No, not a bit.'
'How did you feel in your childhood when you found out you were a princess?'
'Troubled. I used to debate with myself! What right have you got to be on top without going through the struggle? Ultimately, Plato's literature solved my problem. He has mentioned that each class of society has its own functions and accordingly, leaders in order to perform their role had to be trained for it from childhood. I quieted my uneasiness by using the strategy of Plato's leaders.’