Arthur Chatto: Queen's 'gorgeous' great-nephew is first royal to join the Marines
'He told the Queen all about it and she’s pleased and proud,' an insider source from the royal family revealed
The internet cannot seem to get enough of Arthur Chatto, Queen Elizabeth's great-nephew who would soon be joining among the rank of the Commandos. Chatto is officially the grandson of Princess Margaret and the son of her only daughter Lady Sarah Chatto. But unofficially, he is hailed across the country as the 'royal heartthrob' and we cannot agree more. The 22-year-old handsome hunk revealed to the Queen last week that he has been accepted to train as an officer in the Royal Marine. Chatto would be joining the Commandos after training in Balmoral.
According to a royal insider source, "Arthur Chatto has been accepted to train as an officer in the Royal Marines. He told the Queen all about it and she’s pleased and proud. Prince Edward has been very supportive. Arthur has even been going off into the wilds at Balmoral with all his kit and camping out as he prepares for the commando training. He has gone straight into the officer training in this year’s intake and is very keen and up for it. It’s a dead cert he’ll get a lot further than Prince Edward ever did." It is believed that Chatto has taken advice from Prince Edward who pursued the training in 1987 but dropped out midway.
Who is Arthur Chatto?
Often dubbed the 'sexiest royal' by netizens, Arthur Chatto is the youngest son of Lady Sarah Chatto and her husband Daniel Chatto. The couple got married in July 1994 and had their first son Samuel David Benedict Chatto aka Sam Chatto in 1996. Their second child Arthur Robert Nathaniel Chatto was born on February 5, 1999.
Arthur Chatto, who attended Eton College and University of Edinburgh like his elder brother, is 29th in the line of succession to the British throne. Before being selected with the Royal Marines, he was a personal trainer and model. Arthur was quite active on Instagram, regularly sharing his workout photos and videos where he flaunted his flawless abs. Much to the disappointment of his league of admirers, he recently deleted his Instagram account.
When not lifting weights or doing pushups, Arthur Chatto enjoys going on hikes and camping in the Scottish Highlands in Balmoral. Now, he is all set to add another feather in his cap if he joins the Marines after passing the 32-week course.