Prince Andrew biography
The British royal family includes Prince Andrew, Duke of York (born Andrew Albert Christian Edward; 19 February 1960). He is King Charles III’s younger brother and the second son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. The first person in line who is not a descendant of the current monarch is Andrew, who is seventh in the line of succession to the British throne.
Prince Andrew’s age: How old is Prince Andrew?
The Duke of York, Prince Andrew, was born on the 19th of February 1960 and will be 63 years old this year
Prince Andrew’s career
Following in his father’s footsteps, he enrolled in Britannia Royal Naval College (BRNC), Dartmouth, in 1979 after completing his secondary education. In 1980, Andrew finished his course at BRNC. After completing helicopter and fixed-wing flight training, he was awarded his pilot’s wings in 1981. He participated in helicopter operations during the Falkland Islands War the following year while serving as a sublieutenant in the Royal Navy aboard HMS Invincible. Even when the war was over, Andrew stayed in the military. He spent the majority of his time serving in naval aviation, although from 1993 to 1994 he also oversaw HMS Cottesmore, a mine-sweeping ship. He worked in London for the Ministry of Defence and the Royal Navy during his final years of active duty. He left the military in 2001 as a commander but continued to be a member of the navy, rising to the honorary rank of vice admiral in 2015.
Prince Andrew’s net worth
Reported net worths of Prince Andrew, vary but is mostly between 5 and 10 million dollars.
Prince Andrew’s wife: Is Prince Andrew married?
On July 23, 1986, Andrew wed Sarah Ferguson, also referred to as Fergie. He was given the lifelong title of duke of York on the same day, which has historically been held by the second son of the British monarch.