INTRO
FUTURE HEAD OF ARMED FORCES
CHARITABLE COMMITMENTS
PICKING A PRINCESS
A HOME FIT FOR AN HEIR
ON THE JOB TRAINING
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ON THE JOB TRAINING
After his three-year commission in the military is over William, who describes himself as a country boy at heart, will polish the skills he'll eventually need to manage the royal family's numerous estates. He got a hands-on insight into the rigours of rural labour during a pre-university year out. "Working as a farm hand during my gap year was very, very hard," he said "They didn't care who I was and made me do all the jobs I should be doing, like mucking out and driving tractors in the fields."

Further horticultural experience has been picked up closer to home on his father's Highgrove estate where he's witnessed at first-hand Charles' organic produce initiative.

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