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Prince William & Kate Middleton’s Jobs Revealed: Other Royal Occupations Unveiled 👑

Prince William and Kate Middleton had to fill in the ‘job’ section on their newborn son, Prince Louis Arthur Charles’ birth certificate, and what we would give to be able to write what they did! ✍🏼

Despite the fact William is an air ambulance pilot and Kate a philanthropist, the third time parents typed in their occupations quite simply as ‘Prince of the United Kingdom’ and ‘Princess of the United Kingdom’.

Prince Louis' Birth Certificate 23rd April 2018 signed by his Mum and Dad, Prince William and Kate!
Prince Louis’ Birth Certificate 23rd April 2018 signed by his Mum and Dad, Prince William and Kate!

But what about other royals? Have they had regular day jobs? The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s birth certificate answers have left us wondering what the occupation of other worldly royals have been?

King Willem-Alexander

“And your pilot today is ‘The King of the Netherlands’”. Imagine that! The Dutch royal, King Willem-Alexander was a pilot, who until recently was a guest pilot for KLM and flew short haul flights for the airline for 21-years.

Princess Eugenie of York

The daughter of Prince Andrew and Fergie lives in New York where she works as auctions manager at online art and design auction house Paddle8.

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge fashioned an ivory 'Lock & Co' hat and a stylish "Astrid" Catherine Walker floral dress at the Queen's birthday celebrations at Buckingham Palace in London, England. The 33 year old mother of two rode in a carriage with Camilla Duchess of Cornwall who wore a green jacket and a cream hat. They were attending the Queen's official birthday and the 'Trooping The Colours' parade at Buckingham Palace in London
Catherine Duchess of Cambridge fashioned an ivory ‘Lock & Co’ hat and a stylish “Astrid” Catherine Walker floral dress next to Prince Harry and Princess Eugenie © Atlantic Images

Princess Marie Chantal of Greece

The Crown Princess of Greece isn’t just a pretty face, she’s a fierce fashion designer too. In 2001 she launched a children’s clothing line named after herself which is now a luxury global business.

Zara Phillips

The Queen of England’s niece, Zara Phillips doesn’t have a princess title – her parents wanted her to have a normal life – but she does have formidable passion and drive. She won an equestrian silver medal at the 2012 London Olympics and is also an equestrian clothing designer for Musto.

Peter Phillips

Zara’s brother Peter Phillips currently works as the managing director of a company called SEL UK. Prior to that, he was a manager at the Bank of Scotland and before that he worked for Williams F1 racing team.

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Princess Martha Louise of Norway

This princess has many strings to her bow. Not only is she a children’s’ book author, she’s also a trained Rosen therapist and opened a controversial alternative therapy centre called Astarte Education.

Princess Martha Louise of Norway poses with her 'Why Kings and Queens Don't Wear Crowns' at the 'All for Kids Books and More' store in Seattle, Washington © Atlantic Images
Princess Martha Louise of Norway poses with her ‘Why Kings and Queens Don’t Wear Crowns’ at the ‘All for Kids Books and More’ store in Seattle, Washington © Atlantic Images

Here the Princess was pictured at a book signing event at the All For Kids Books and More store in Seattle, Washington.

Princess Martha Louise of Norway performs excerpts from her 'Why Kings and Queens Don't Wear Crowns' book at the 'All for Kids Books and More' store in Seattle, Washington © Atlantic Images
Princess Martha Louise of Norway performs excerpts from her ‘Why Kings and Queens Don’t Wear Crowns’ book at the ‘All for Kids Books and More’ store in Seattle, Washington © Atlantic Images

The Princess even performed part of her book titled Why Kings and Queens Don’t Wear Crowns and was very animated in front of the children!

Princess Charlene of Monaco

This South African beauty was a professional swimmer before she married Prince Albert of Monaco.

Princess Charlene of Monaco poses with Giorgio Armani and Cate Blanchett at a Spring / Summer 2018 Fashion show - Photo courtesy of Image.net
Princess Charlene of Monaco poses with Giorgio Armani and Cate Blanchett at a Spring / Summer 2018 Fashion show – Photo courtesy of Image.net

She competed in the 2000 Sydney Olympics and is now a global ambassador for the Special Olympics.

Princess Charlene of Monaco poses for the Armani Spring / Summer 2018 Fashion show - Photo courtesy of Image.net
Princess Charlene of Monaco poses for the Armani Spring / Summer 2018 Fashion show – Photo courtesy of Image.net

Queen Letizia of Spain

Letizia was a journalist before she became a queen. Not only did she work for various Spanish and Mexican newspapers but she was also an on-air reporter covering the Iraq War and 9/11 for the likes of CNN and Bloomberg.

Queen Letizia of Spain shows off her bright lipstick and gold earrings in Madrid, Spain © Atlantic Images
Queen Letizia of Spain shows off her bright lipstick and gold earrings in Madrid, Spain © Atlantic Images

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Written by Hannah Hargrave

A newly relocated mum from Los Angeles to rural England on a mission to find all things trendy that rural living has to offer.

Hannah has written for some of the top entertainment publications including People Magazine, US weekly, Livestrong and now has her very own blog. She is the assistant editor at Celebrity WotNot.

Her 'www.hollywoodwife2countrylife.com' is dedicated to bidding farewell to Hollywood and discovering the bright lights of the English countryside!

Contact me: [email protected]

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