Oof those are some right royal biceps
Most of us thought that when it came to the Royal Family, Harry was the hottest of the whole bunch but his recent moany complainy behaviour has seen his popularity plummet in the UK.
His loss has been another royal’s gain however as the prize of fittest member of the monarchy now goes to the Queen’s great nephew, Arthur Chatto. Yes we realise that he’s rather far from line of succession and there would have to be some sort of royal massacre if he was to get a sniff of a crown but we would defo take a look at his family jewels.
Art is not just chatty but enjoys a good laugh
At 22 he’s one of the youngest royals and the big news is that he’s just been accepted to train as an officer with the Royal Marines. Both William and Harry have had much publicised and successful careers in the military so Art would be following in two princely footsteps.
A right royal hottie
With his hot bod and bulging biceps, Chatto’s blue blood will go down a storm in the marines as he clearly has the fitness part down pat. The snaps we have here are from his now deleted Instagram account, perhaps he thought they might be inappropriate. We would think it was pretty standard to have beefcakes in the boys brigade!
Art being so very arty in this Instagram selfie
Arthur is the son of Princess Margaret’s only child Lady Sarah Chatto. Not one to rest on his hot royal laurels, he used to work in a gym and he also was part of the youngest team to row around the United Kingdom – clearly where those big arms came from.
Following in the family footsteps
He regularly goes to family get togethers and in fact was visiting the Queen et al at Balmoral in August. Whilst there he went on 20-mile hikes and went all Who Dares Wins by camping in the Scottish Highlands.
Sometimes the abs just catch those abs in the right way
At the 29th in line to the throne he can’t rely on family help for the rest of his life. Despite Wills and Harry’s glittering military careers, Arthur will become the first member of the royal family to join the Marines if he passes the 32-week course.