He joined the Royal Navy in 1979 and later became a helicopter pilot, serving as such for 22 years. In 1986, he married Sarah Ferguson in a whirlwind of media interest, but in 1996, the couple divorced amid additional media interest. He’s served England in various capacities, most recently as a unique representative for international trade and investment.
Prince Andrew (Andrew Albert Christian Edward, in full) came to be on February 19, 1960 at Buckingham Palace, in London. The very first kid born into a sitting monarch in 109 years, his mother was Queen Elizabeth II and his dad was Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh. Youthful Andrew was educated with a governess at Buckingham Palace until he was 8 years old, and then he was sent to Heatherdown Preparatory School, in Ascot. When he was 13, Prince Andrew moved to the Gordonstoun School in Morayshire, Scotland, where his dad and older brother, Charles, went before him. Through the entire battle, he flew on various assignments and helped with casualty evacuation, transportation, and search and rescue operations. After finishing his first frontline tour, Prince Andrew was promoted to lieutenant in February 1984, along with the queen made him as an individual aide de camp.