The topless model who partied with Prince William in Verbier is back at her day job serving food and drinks in a luxury hotel bar.
Australian Sophie Taylor was pictured working her eight-hour shift at the Farinet Hotel at the same time Prince William was back on royal duty with wife Kate in Paris.
The 24-year-old blonde busied herself bringing plates of food to groups enjoying some apres-ski on an open terrace at the hotel.
The topless model who partied with Prince William in Verbier is back at her day job serving food and drinks in a luxury hotel bar
Australian Sophie Taylor was pictured working her eight-hour shift at the Farinet Hotel at the same time Prince William was back on royal duty with wife Kate in Paris
Few of those being served had any idea that the waitress was the girl at the centre of the William's rowdy lads' ski trip that has led to the future king being mocked for his 'dad dancing' and accused of being 'work shy'.
The Prince had skipped a memorial service attended by other members of the royal family on Monday to enjoy a weekend break with three male friends in the up market ski resort of Verbier.
Ms Taylor was photographed dancing with William at the nightclub where she works.
The Prince placed a hand on her waist as he leant in to hear what the model was saying as she joined him on the dance floor.
He also swiped her cowboy hat during his awkward 'dad dancing' to Pharell Williams' song 'Happy' with other clubbers saying he was 'worse for wear'.
Ms Taylor, who has previously worked for Australian agency Chadwick Models and also posed topless for photographer Glen Krohn, is believed to be in a relationship with Aaron Goodfellow.
The 24-year-old blonde busied herself bringing plates of food to groups enjoying some apres-ski on an open terrace at the hotel
Flashback: The Australian model gave Prince William a high five during his ski holiday in Verbier
Living the dream! Sophie has previously worked for Australian agency Chadwick Models and
Bartender-turned-chef Aaron has claimed he was also present as William enjoyed Jägerbombs, beer, and wine, calling the royal a 'great guy' and 'very down to earth.'
Ms Taylor also had lunch with the Prince and his friends after being invited to a mountainside restaurant where they shared pizza and Rose wine.
She was pictured high fiving the 34-year-old Prince as she sat with the group along with her friend, British former beautician Rosie Peate, 30, from Blackpool.
The Australian model has so far remained silent about time with the Prince.
Her mother Joni Taylor who lives in Australia said of the encounter: 'Sophie said they met and had a few drinks. She said he was a lovely and a down to earth person.'
But yesterday Taylor, dressed in figure hugging skinny jeans, low cut black top and ankle boots joined other waitresses to serve skiers during Happy Hour at the Farinet bar.
When approached by MailOnline she declined to offer any comment about her Royal encounter.
Hoteliers in the ski resort have told MailOnline she would be 'banned' from working ever again if she told talked about the Prince.
One manager of a five star hotel said: 'Verbier prides itself on the privacy of its guests.
'If she started talking about the Prince I have no doubt she would be sacked on the spot and no one would ever hire her. I would not have her on my staff as we want people who are discreet.'
One manager of a five star hotel said: 'Verbier prides itself on the privacy of its guests'
Taylor, dressed in figure hugging skinny jeans, low cut black top and ankle boots joined other waitresses to serve skiers
Another hotel manager added: 'No one likes a gossip. If she talked about the Prince she would be finished. No one would hire her again.'
Taylor is expected to stay in Verbier until the end of the ski season in April.
William had flown to Verbier with close friends Guy Pelly, Richard Meade and Thomas Van Straubenzee.
He has come under fire for his boisterous weekend as it meant missing a Commonwealth Day Memorial Service attended by the Queen and most other senior members of the Royal family.
Video of the balding father of two gyrating to rap songs has also led to him being teased for his wooden 'dad dance' moves.
Revelers at the club have told how they were stunned to see the second in line to the throne letting loose. At first they though it must be a lookalike, they said.
When approached by MailOnline she declined to offer any comment about her Royal encounter
'She said he was a lovely and a down to earth person': Sophie Taylor was photographed high-fiving the second in line to the throne during a break from skiing at the mountainside La Vache restaurant in the upmarket Swiss resort, Verbier
Australian beauty! The stunning model went to Terrigal High School, on the Central Coast of New South Wales
The Prince was first spotted on Saturday as he took to the slopes.
Later that evening William, having changed into a Nordic-style sweater and jeans, and the group were seen dining at La Channe restaurant, where a beef fondue costs £48 and a chicken salad is £32.
On Sunday the group enjoyed a challenging day on the slopes, and a lazy lunch at mountainside restaurant La Vache, which is known as one of the best in Switzerland.
A waitress said he was the 'life and soul' of the party as he ate pizza and drank rose wine.
William flew back to London – and to face the music with wife Kate – on Monday afternoon.
He has been accused of being a 'work shy' royal having only attended 18 engagements in 2017.