what job did prince Charles have when he was young?
- 2 months agoFavorite Answer
A lumberjack on a mushroom farm.
- 𝗕𝗮𝗿𝗼𝗻 𝗖𝗹𝗼𝘄𝗻𝗶𝘀𝗵Lv 72 months ago
The same one as he has now - Prince of the United Kingdom.
- 2 months ago
He was a fudge packer at Cadburys in his school hols, Prince Eddie followed his example years later.
- EdnaLv 72 months ago
He was in the Royal Air Force and the Royal Navy. He attained the rank of Admiral of the Fleet in the Navy.
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- Anonymous2 months ago
He was Mrs. Camilla Parker Bowles’ tampon
- KENNETH DLv 72 months ago
same as now a prince
- CloLv 72 months ago
He was a student, then assumed the role of Prince of Wales, which is a job. He also served in the RAF and the Royal Navy, as well as served time in each military branch that he will one day be head.
"His Royal Highness began his career in the Armed Services in March 1971, when he started a four-month attachment with the RAF at Cranwell, Lincolnshire. The Prince had already gained his private pilot's licence, and flew himself to Cranwell on 8th March, in a twin-engined Basset of The Queen's Flight, to start advanced training to qualify as a jet pilot. Flight Lieutenant The Prince of Wales was awarded his RAF wings at RAF Cranwell on 20th August 1971. On 15th September, The Prince joined the Royal Naval College, Dartmouth, under the graduate entry scheme, as Acting Sub-Lieutenant. The Duke of Edinburgh, and his great-uncle, Lord Mountbatten, had both been at Dartmouth. Nearly two months later The Prince flew in a troop-carrying RAF Britannia to join the destroyer HMS Norfolk at Gibraltar. While training for his bridge watch-keeping certificate, The Prince attended a one-day course in escaping from a submarine, at HMS Dolphin, Gosport. This included an exercise during which he was released from a chamber 100 feet below the surface of a water tank. In February 1972, The Prince attended a one-day course in the submarine HMS Churchill. During the next two and a half years, The Prince attended a four-month course at Portsmouth and served on four more ships. A 1974 Pacific voyage on the frigate HMS Jupiter included calls at Singapore, New Zealand, Tonga, Western Samoa, Honolulu, San Francisco, Acapulco and Bermuda. On 1st May 1973, The Prince of Wales was promoted to Acting Lieutenant. On 2nd September 1974 The Prince joined the Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton for helicopter flying training before being assigned to 845 Naval Air Squadron as a pilot on board the commando carrier HMS Hermes. Following a lieutenant's course at the Royal Naval College, Greenwich, The Prince was given command of his own ship; the minehunter HMS Bronington, for the final ten months of his active service in the Royal Navy ending on 15th December 1976."
As Prince of Wales, Charles was, and still is, responsible for the economic growth of the Duchy of Cornwall, where he runs many businesses. He also started lots of charities to aid the young in education and job training.
Charles also must support the Queen on whatever she needs done. She can not take on every invitation that she receives to be a patron, supporter, take on all military appointments.
- MercuryLv 72 months ago
He served in the Royal Navy.
- PAMELALv 72 months ago
He has no job, he is prince of wales until his mother dies, then he will be king.
- Anonymous2 months ago
His official job title is HRH, Prince Charles, prince of Wales, Duke of here, there and everywhere, Earl of this, that and the other (especially the other) Lord of h.....
- RicoLv 52 months ago
After finishing university, he went on to train with the Royal Navy and then the Royal Airforce. He was in active service from 1971 to 1976.
He has since then undertaken the necessary duties required as the Landlord of properties owned by the Duchy of Cornwall and any constitutional duties he might have been required to undertake, according to law as the heir to the throne and Prince of Wales.