The Queen’s 22-year-old grandfather will be the first royal family to join the Royal Marines.
Arthur Chatto attends Prince Harry’s 2018 wedding and is 29th in succession to the throne.
Before he was allowed to train as the Royal Marines, Chatto also worked as a personal trainer.
Arthur Chatto, the 22-year-old grandson of Princess Margaret, the Queen’s sister, will be the first member of the royal family after it is announced that she has been accepted into the training program. Evening standard Reported on Thursday.
Prince Edward, the youngest of the Queen’s four children, was also trained for his position in the Marine Corps, New York TimesDropped out of the program for four months at the age of 22 in 1987.
Following his reported acceptance, Chatto, 29th according to the Evening Standard in succession to the throne behind his cousins Prince William and Harry, culminated in four rigorous tests for a fierce 32 weeks. Prepare for training of the Royal Marines.
According to the Royal Navy website, These include an endurance course, a 9 mile speed march, a Tarzan attack course, and a 30 mile march.
But it looks like a young royal family dubbed before “Next Prince Harry” Have the fitness and outdoor dedication you need to be good at the program. According to TatlerChatto previously worked as a personal trainer at Bound Fitness, a gym in Edinburgh, while studying geography at a university in Edinburgh.
During the pandemic, the magazine also reported that he led many online training sessions for clients. Some of them can still be seen on Jim’s Instagram.
When it comes to the outdoors, Chatto proved in 2020 that he and his three friends completed a 38-day charity run over 2,000 miles. Known as GB Row, this race is proud to be the “toughest” race in the world.according to GBRow Chatto Team ProfileHe and his boat teammates named themselves Team Exe Endurow and raised money for the British Red Cross and Just One Ocean, a charity that promises to protect the ocean for future generations. I chose.
Buckingham Palace did not immediately respond to insider requests for comment. A representative of the Royal Navy declined to comment.
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