Prince George & Princess Charlotte’s dream jobs are more ordinary than you’d think


Prince George and Princess Charlotte might be royalty, but when it comes to their career aspirations, they both have pretty ordinary dreams

The Cambridge children have interesting career hopes

Being a member of the royal family is a job in itself, as senior royals spend much of their time attending events or going on royal tours – but many family members have had impressive careers of their own.

Prince William served in the Royal Air Force before going on to work as a pilot for East Anglian Air Ambulance, while Prince Harry served in the Army for 10 years, including two tours of Afghanistan.

The Duchess of Cambridge worked part-time at high-street retailer Jigsaw after graduating from university and the Duchess of Cornwall once worked as a secretary and receptionist.

And it seems as though the Cambridge children will be no different, with the elder two – Prince George and Princess Charlotte – already expressing interest in their future careers, MyLondon reports.







Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s dream careers are very normal
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Prince George will one day become king, after his grandfather Prince Charles and his father Prince William have served their time on the throne.

In the meantime, however, it seems the young royal has his sights on a very different career, with Will revealing he’s “fascinated” with police.

Back in 2018, William attended a reception at Kensington Palace honoring Scotland Yard, where Police Commissioner Jayne Richardson told him more officers were needed in the area, joking: “We are recruiting, actually, so if George and Charlotte are keen?”

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Will told her: “George is obsessed, actually, by the policeā€¦ cars, toys, everything,” and this wasn’t the first time he’d spoken about George’s love for all things police.

Back in 2017, during a trip to the Finnish capital Helsinki, the Duke gave Santa a letter from his eldest son, in which he’d requested just one Christmas present – a police car.

“I’ve seen you and I had to give you this letter. He hasn’t written down many requests, so I think one request is probably okay,” he said.

Meanwhile, his younger sister Princess Charlotte also wants to keep people safe. It’s been reported that the Duke of Cambridge has told his children about the heroic sacrifices of NHS staff – particularly throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

Palace insiders told New Idea last year that the young princess told her parents that she wanted to be a nurse.

The source said: “She’s obviously just a little kid but still, Will and Kate swelled with pride. She’s such a caring little girl who also knows what she wants, so they wouldn’t be surprised if she does take on nursing as one of her big causes when she’s older.”

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