10 members of the royal family, who go to work

In our list of 10 members of the royal family, who go to work.

Prince Charles has decided to close his vegetable shop «Veg Shed», he discovered eight years ago near his home in the village of Highgrove, in Gloucestershire. The reason was a drop in sales and the rise in popularity of online trading: consumers prefer to order products over the Internet, rather than go to the store to the prince, despite the fact that the vegetables it came with his personal farm and were organically pure.

Prince Charles is nevertheless not going to throw the vegetable trade. He decided to go with the times and will sell them through the Internet. Charles is not the only representative of the royal family, spending their time in the class, who usually speak about "Royal is not the case."

Careers future king of Britain, Prince William, is not much different from the career of his ancestors in the male line. The British monarch since Henry V chose for himself a military career to lead the country's armed forces. In May 2006, when he was a graduate of Eton College and the University of St Andrews, Prince William entered the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, where he earned the rank of officer. And in 2009, he graduated from flight school in Krenuelle, was transferred to the Royal Air Force (RAF). Today, Prince William serves as a rescue helicopter pilot. In December 2011, he participated in the rescue of a sinking ship Russian sailors, and in August 2012 saved the 16-year-old girl off the coast of Wales. This year, the life of William at RAF expires, and the prince will have to decide whether to extend the contract or take a purely royal affairs.

Prince Amadeo (Belgium)

27-year-old Belgian Prince Amadeo can hardly expect to ascend the throne, as it is only the sixth in line for it. Perhaps that is why he chose to pursue his career. In 2005, Prince graduated from the Royal Military Academy of Belgium, and in 2008 - London School of Economics, and then left the old Europe and went to live in New York. Today Amadeo has served as a business analyst at Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, a member of the "Big Four" accounting firms in the world. As an ordinary office worker, the prince comes to work every day and get the standard, along with the rest, salary. By the way, while Amadeo building his career, get to know him as a dream of many dreamy girl and prudent hunter suitors. It is the Belgian Prince is one of the world's most eligible bachelors.

Infanta Cristina (Spain)

The youngest daughter of the reigning King of Spain Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofia, Infanta Cristina and charitable pursuits commission official royal visit (although it is about them not forget) prefer real job. The representative of blue blood is the director of social programs fund Fundation La Caixa. Christine is responsible for educational projects and the protection of natural and artistic heritage. Before starting work, the Infanta from 1984 to 1989, she studied at the Faculty of Political Science and Sociology, Complutense University of Madrid, and later graduated from New York University, where she received a master's degree in international relations. Also, until 1991 Christine internship at the Secretariat of UNESCO in Paris.

Princess Nura bint Ibrahim Al-Khalifa (Bahrain)

Princess Nura bint History Ibrahim Al-Khalifa is not typical for the Arab states with strict Islamic traditions. While the majority of women in Bahrain are still housewives, 29-year-old cousin titled King of the country is a secret agent of the police anti-drug. Moreover, not so long ago against the princess were accused of torturing prisoners. A spokeswoman for the royal family are suspected of using violence and mutilation doctors who were arrested during the suppression of anti-government actions in the spring of 2012. According to the victims, Princess Noor during interrogation personally beat prisoners with a stick and a rubber hose, and is applied to their faces exposed electrical wires. The case has gone to trial, but the princess all accusations denied.

Prince Rostislav Romanov (Russia)


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