Thursday, January 15, 2015

Royal Profile: Prince Philip of Yugoslavia

Prince Philip of Yugoslavia was born 15 January 1982 as the son of Crown Prince Alexander and Princess Maria da Gloria of Orleans Bragança {Source}. He has one older brother and a fraternal twin{Source}.
His godparents are King Constantine II of Greece, Queen of Spain &  The Duchess of Calabria{Source}.

He grew up in the United States, and Europe. He attended kindergarten in Spain, before moving to England{Source}.  In June 2000, Prince Philip graduated from The King’s School Canterbury in England having obtained three “A” levels in Spanish, Politics, and Geography, and ten GCSE’s (General Certificate of Secondary Education) {Source}.Prince Philip graduated from University College London (UCL) with a Bachelor of Arts Honours in Humanities {Source}. After graduation, he worked for Landsbanki and Teather & Greenwood in London, before attending École hôtelière de Lausanne (EHL) Switzerland {Source}. After graduation from EHL Switzerland, he began working for IKOS in Cyprus, before moving on to work as a global asset manager in London {Source}. Prince Philip speaks English, Spanish and French, and is continuing his Serbian studies{Source}.

Prince Philip enjoys surfing, scuba diving and snowboarding{Source}. He completed the Athens Marathon in 2010 and the Belgrade Half-Marathon in 2011{Source}. Prince Philip is also interested in fine arts, financial markets, music and meteorology{Source}. Before the 5 October 2000 revolution, he traveled to Serbia in 1991 and Bosnia in 2000{Source}. On 17 July 2001 Prince Philip and The Royal Family took up residence in The Royal Palace in Belgrade{Source}. He has traveled throughout Europe, the United States, and has visited the Middle East, Asia, South East Asia, Africa, Central and South America {Source}.

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