I need you to stop what you’re doing and see how insanely fit young Prince Edward was
Excuse me whilst I pick my jaw up off the floor
The Crown season four has introduced us all to Prince Edward, he’s a bit bratty and played by that guy from Fleabag. But I need you all to know that the real young Prince Edward was easily one of the fittest royals going, possibly ever.
What the bald guy who everyone forgets about? Yes him. The unproblematic royal who joined the Royal Marines, got married, had a couple kids and watches The Crown with The Queen on the weekends was 100 per cent better looking than Harry and Wills were in their prime.
I'd like to file a formal complaint against myself for fancying young Prince Edward pic.twitter.com/i7yIbhnFKg
— Caris Rianne 🌻 (@carisrianne) November 17, 2020
In the mid 1980s, a young Prince Edward honestly looked like Nate Archibald, but better. He taught in New Zealand and studied at Cambridge. And you just know he’d flirt with you whilst you’re sitting on the front of his bicycle.
Can we talk about the jaw line? And the crisp shirts and perfectly tailored jackets? Whatever happened to men dressing like this? I never thought I’d be fancying a man who could rock a tweed jacket, but here I am wishing I could time travel.
If you still need convincing young Prince Edward was the spiciest royal to ever exist, then please gaze longingly at these pictures and TikToks:
Off to go make this my lock screen
yes but can we talk about young prince edward pic.twitter.com/xBu1HjX4zH
— 𝐢𝐬𝐚 (@aIImyIiam) November 16, 2020
Ignore Prince Andrew
— Jordi de Niro (@jordi_niro) November 17, 2020
Diana picked the wrong brother
— RoyalistSupporter (@ProRoyalFamily) July 19, 2016
I mean c’mon this is not fair
#royal #flashback July 24, 1983 – Prince Edward; Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones; Prince Charles, The Prince of Wales; Diana, The Princess of Wales; at Guards Polo club in Windsor pic.twitter.com/cRxvcqDof9
— Mace (@RoyaleVision) July 24, 2019
He can really rock a suit
— Mace (@RoyaleVision) August 14, 2019
Like really well
In 1964 four Royal second cousins were born. Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones was last to be born on the 1st May. The others were Prince Edward, Lady Helen Windsor and James Olgivy. This photograph was released to celebrate their 21st birthdays in 1985. #RoyalFamily pic.twitter.com/ukpfPEN69F
— Victoria’s Dynasty (@VictoriasDynas1) May 1, 2019
But looks even better in a uniform
— Mace (@RoyaleVision) April 26, 2017
Wow he is actually Prince Charming
— Mace (@RoyaleVision) May 30, 2018