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What is in a name? He essentially has a couple of middle names. There’s some controversy over which surname her family should choose together with the Queen contending for Mountbatten Windsor formally. Nevertheless, royals do not usually have surnames. They’re just understood by their royal title like George King of England. When you’re a King or another royal that difference to distinguish you from other George’s is more significant than the usual surname thus it’s rather normal for a lot of royals not to possess a surname in the slightest. Within an age when we must complete lots of official documents this looks odd, but it’s a convention the royal family continues on. Instead royals are famous for his or her peerage or territorial designation. The kids of royals take on the peerage of the parents. Territorial names are lost by girls when they wed and guys when they’re receive their very own peerage as it were. His parents and after the media at large called him “Wills.” His seal to the best as Duke has a unicorn within it! Amazing! The brief right variant is HRH Prince William Duke of Cambridge. For military functions, both William and Prince Harry use the surname ‘Wales’ after their dad’s peerage on the Welsh land as Prince of Wales. Even after William formally lost ‘Wales’ from his own title when he wed Kate Middleton and became Duke of Cambridge, he still used Wales for military goals making some folks wrongly believe that his surname is Wales, which will be wrong. It was formally declared that royal descendants who don’t take a royal title (or females that wed) would get the surname Mountbatten Windsor, but that’s only in the event of royal descendants who would not have a royal title or in case of females, who neither possess a royal title nor wed.

Prince William’s mommy obviously is Princess Diana and his dad is first in line to the throne Prince Charles. When William was a lad he told his mom he wished to be a police officer so he could shield her to which his brother Harry answered: “Oh, no you can not. You have got to be King.” She also purchased her lads typical adolescent things including game titles and could have influenced William to break royal convention and attend Eaton College as an alternative to the usual Gordonstoun.

HRH’s career consists of royal obligations which mainly includes official visits to services, occasions, as well as other states. Yet as a result of his being heir to the throne it had been prohibited for HRH to find out active military obligation. Initially HRH’s commission proved to be a shortened 3-year commission however he expanded it. He’d a genuine desire for active service that was eventually reached by transferring his commission to the RAF and attending search and rescue school.

Then he took entrance exams and was accepted into Eton college prompting female applications to skyrocket. The paparazzi had an arrangement to leave Wills be in exchange for routine upgrades. HRH graduated Eton and took a gap year learning Belize using the British Army, working in a dairy farm, and educating kids in Chile along with other young teachers whom he shared living quarters with. After his gap year William registered in University of St. Andrews and continued to play water polo.

He’s also received an inheritance in the Queen Mother’s estate (his great grandmother) when she passed away. In the RAF he received about 37k pounds annually as wages. He also receives an allowance from his dad for his royal responsibilities. Yet the type of HRH’s estate is such that he’ll never be on a Forbes list. That’s because his estate is considered tied to his situation and not his personally. He can not sell his assets and go purchase a plane or do whatever he wants with it. As a royal and head of state, a lot of his expenditures are covered, when traveling on official responsibility, by the citizens. Nevertheless, his grandma the queen, worth about $600 million is regarded as a comparatively low price royal to the authorities. HRH also flies beneath the radar for the reason that respect. His dad Prince Charles has taken up some examination yet particularly for his travel expenses. It’s been reported that lots of royals in third world nations are far more lavish using their expenditures compared to British royals. Nevertheless, it’s forecast that a lot of the royal palaces will be given to the authorities for government use in the forthcoming decades particularly mansions and manors that now house cousins as well as other royals. It has already started such as when in 1953 following Queen Mary’s departure, Queen Elizabeth granted her mansion Marlborough House to the authorities.

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1Named by his father after Prince William of Gloucester, son of Charles's great-uncle, the Duke of Gloucester. A licensed pilot, William died in 1972 while competing in the Goodyear International Air Trophy race.
2Now attending Sandhurst military academy. [January 2006]
3Graduated from the Royal Military Academy [December 2006]
4Will graduate from St. Andrews University, with a degree in Geography. [June 2005]
5He has two children, Prince George of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge.
6Shares his father's love of the wilderness, and fishing.
7The most senior member of the Royal Family to train at Sandhurst Military Academy. He had always wanted to join the Army Air Corps as a helicopter pilot; not serve in the Guard's regiment like his brother.
8William gave his mother's engagement ring to Catherine Duchess of Cambridge. He proposed on the slopes of Mount Kenya. He did not ask Michael Middleton's approval to marry Catherine prior to his official proposal of marriage in Kenya, just in case Michael said no. (Refer to William and Catherine's engagement interview.).
9Often plays tennis with his wife Catherine Duchess of Cambridge.
10Rides a motorbike. He enjoys sport bike riding and owns a 600cc Triumph Daytona. His protection officers and wife don't approve of this hobby.
11Likes to listen to BBC Radio 4 every morning so he can listen to the breaking news.
12He has to study a lot of paperwork, as one of his duties as the future King of England.
13Whenever he's a guest in someone's house he writes a thankyou note with a fountain pen.
14William sat in on his first meeting of The Way Ahead, the Monarchy's inner sanctum in Christmas, 2005.
15Appointed President of the FA in 2006, taking over from Prince Andrew.
16Almost dropped out of university until Catherine Duchess of Cambridge convinced him he needed it. She always treated him like any other student, which is just what he wanted. They used to sing karaoke together. He also did all of his own shopping as a student.
17Drinks Spring water during the day; never soft drinks.
18He never likes a full English breakfast; just cereal and fresh fruit.
19His exercise regime from the Canadian Air Force consists of 11 minutes of stomach crunches, push-ups, stretches and running on the spot like his father and grandfather Prince Philip. Its easier to do in his own room.
20Likes black coffee with no sugar.
21Applications for courses at St Andrews University rose by 44% after William signed up.
22When he was a child, William wanted to be a policeman when he grew up.
23William holds the highest academic record (2.1) of any Royal heir.
24When William was a boy, he wanted to be known as "just William".
25Has poor eyesight, and has to wear glasses whenever flying, always with a pilot by his side. He also needs them to drive, but he rarely wears them in public.
26Didn't consider marriage until he was at least 28.
27Member of the Club Boujis in West London.
28The Swiss ski resort of Verbier is one of William and Kate's favourite haunts.
29His favourite alcoholic drink is cider.
30One of Prince William's favourite hangouts is Casa Antica, a nightclub in the Swiss Alps.
31Son-in-law of Michael Middleton and Carole Middleton.
32Brother-in-law of Pippa Middleton and James Middleton.
33Married Catherine Duchess of Cambridge at Westminster Abbey in London, on April 29, 2011.
34After being married to Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, he and his wife were given the titles of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Earl and Countess of Strathearn (used in Scotland only), and Baron and Baroness Carrickfergus (used in Northern Ireland only) by his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II.
35Is a distant cousin of Catherine Duchess of Cambridge. They are fifteenth cousins.
36Proposed to Catherine Duchess of Cambridge during holiday in Kenya in October 2010. News of the engagement was announced publicly on 16 November 2010.
37With his father, 'Prince Charles', and brother, Prince Harry Windsor, was interviewed by Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly for The Prince's Trust 30th Birthday: Live (2006).
38Is a fan of Jamie Cullum.
39Became patron to the UK charity Centerpoint, which works with homeless young people. During his mother's patronage of the organization, he would occasionally accompany her on visits (September 2005).
40Is a fan of Birmingham based football (soccer) team Aston Villa.
41Likes jazz and blues music
42His full title is His Royal Highness Prince William of Wales.
43Prior to entering the University of St Andrews in Scotland he took part in military exercises with the Welsh Guards.
44For his 17th birthday, 'Prince Charles' reportedly gave William his first car, a VW Golf.
45When he was younger it was reported that he did not wish to follow family tradition and join the Royal Navy. His uncle, Earl Spencer, stated in 1999 that William did want to go into the armed forces. But in 2003 the BBC reported that he said that he didn't want to pursue a military career, which is what his brother, Harry has announced he will do. Instead, he said he wishes to do environmental work in Africa and is trying to teach himself Swahili.
46Was elected to the Eton Society (or Pop), the main prefectorial body for the school. It started in 1811 as a debating society, named for the original venue for meetings in Mrs Hatton's lollipop shop which then stood on a site next to Manor House, where Prince William lived at Eton. It is now like a student monitor position in which he helped to supervise his fellow 1,280 classmates.
47Has a black female Labrador called Widgeon, named after a wild duck.
48Attended the Mrs. Maynard Acadamy and a boarding school called Ludgrove.
49In 2004, he was selected for the Scottish Universities water polo team after succeeding trials in Fife, Scotland. His uniform is number 12.
50When he was nine-years-old, he needed surgery and 24 stitches for a depressed fractured skull in 1991 when he was he accidentally hit over the head with a club by a friend at Ludgrove prep school in Berkshire.
51Owns a Yamaha 600 trials bike.
52Considered attending Edinburgh for his university studies.
53Enjoys cooking and took culinary courses while studying at Eton.
54Says he gave up playing hockey when his friend has his teeth knocked out.
55Elected to be the captain of his water polo team at St. Andrews.
56While at Eton, he was the Secretary of the Agricultural Society, Joint Keeper (captain) of Swimming, House Captain of Games and House Captain.
57Christened on August 4, 1982 in the Music Room at Buckingham Palace by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Robert Runcie.
58Born at St. Mary's Hospital in London. He is the first British prince to be born in a hospital.
59Needs his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II,'s permission to wed before his 25th birthday.
60Great-great-great-great-grandson of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
61Great-great-great-grandson of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, and King George of Greece and Queen Olga. George was Alexandra's brother; he and Olga were the grandparents of William's grandfather, Prince Philip.
62Great-great-grandson of King George V and Queen Mary.
63Great-grandson of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother.
64Eldest son of Prince Charles and Princess Diana.
65Older brother of Prince Harry Windsor.
66A dedicated polo player along with his brother and father.
67Before going to university he took a gap year and for part of that he worked on a project with the charity group Raleigh where young people help poorer communities in the world.
68Nephew of Prince Andrew, Edward Wessex, Princess Anne, and Earl Charles Spencer.
69Grandparents are Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip
70Graduated from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland with an upper second class degree in history of art (2005)
71Finished at Eton College in June 2000. While there, he lived in Manor House and he was co-captain of his swim team.
72Is second in line to the British throne.
73Is fluent in French and Latin. Also speaks some Spanish, and is learning Welsh for when he inherits the title of Prince of Wales.
74He cannot fly in the same plane as his father because an accident might take the lives of two future kings.

1[on baby Prince George Alexander Louis' hair, August 2013] He's got way more than me. Thank God.
2I'm very much the person who doesn't want to rush into anything without really thinking it through. I don't shy away from doing particular events but I do like to go to the ones that I really feel passionately about.
3The last thing I want to do is be mollycoddled or wrapped up in cotton wool, because if I was to join the Army, I would want to go where my men went, and I'd want to do what they did. I would not want to be kept back for being precious, or whatever-that's the last thing I would want.
4She (Diana) understood more than any other Royal that the press can be wooed over if you know how.
5The thing is with me, I look on the brighter side of everything. There's no point being pessimistic or being worried about too many things because frankly life's too short.
6[why he gave Catherine Duchess of Cambridge his mother's engagement ring] She (Princess Diana) can't share in any of the fun and excitement of it all. This was my way of keeping her close to it.
7(about becoming King) I am worried about it, but I don't really think about it too much because there's no point in worrying about things which are not really present yet. It's not that I never want to do it, it's just that I'm reluctant at such a young age to throw myself in at the deep end.

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