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Samuel Chatto

Samuel Chatto

Samuel Chatto

Samuel Chatto

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Both boys attended Eton and went on to study History of Art at the University of Edinburgh, but Sam is now carving out a distinctly un-royal career for himself as a potter. It does run in the family to some extent; his mother and father are both professional artists, although both are very discreet about it. Sam, on the other hand, has been charting his progress via his Instagram account, @samchatto.

Unlike more senior royals, their fringe position in the family means the boys are exempt from the no social media rule – which enables some welcome insight into their personalities and hobbies. Sam takes after his mother, who’s a keen painter, and has quite the artistic side – his particular passion is pottery. Having found himself ‘completely uninspired by my three month job working in the commercial art market’, Sam took matters into his own hands, and now describes himself as ‘a British artist and maker currently working in clay to create functional and sculptural wood fired ceramics, from my home and studio in West Sussex.’ (Source: www.tatler.com)

Sarah

While Prince William and Prince Harry generally get all the attention reserved for young male royals in the UK, there are some outlying royals who are equally worthy of our attention. Princess Margaret's grandsons Sam and Arthur Chatto are two such. The sons of Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon's daughter Lady Sarah, who married artist Daniel Chatto in 1994, the pair, 23 and 21 respectively, are starting to make their way in the world.

The most eagle eyed of royal-watchers may already be aware of Samuel and Arthur Chatto. The sons of Lady Sarah Chatto and Daniel Chatto, 23-year-old Sam and 21-year-old Arthur are two of the Queen’s great nephews, and are 25th and 26th in line to the throne respectively. Both boys attended Eton College, before moving on to the University of Edinburgh to study History of Art (Sam has now graduated, while Arthur is still a student). But despite their similar trajectories, the brothers have very different interests. (Source: www.tatler.com)

Prince

Samuel Chatto with his parents Lady Sarah Chatto and Daniel Chatto and brother Arthur Chatto, at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in 2018. (Instagram/artchatto)

As he hadn't been active on the platform since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding back in May, Chatto used the new year as an opportunity to get his followers up to speed. "Where have I been?!" he begins. "I spent six weeks in the very north of Scotland immersed in pottery and ceramics, being taught by the most patient and passionate potter. Clay consumed my every waking hour and I am so excited to see what I can achieve this year!" (Source: www.townandcountrymag.com)

Chatto

While Prince William and Prince Harry generally get all the attention reserved for young male royals in the UK, there are some outlying royals who are equally worthy of our attention. Princess Margaret's grandsons Sam and Arthur Chatto are two such. The sons of Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon's daughter Lady Sarah, who married artist Daniel Chatto in 1994, the pair, 23 and 21 respectively, are starting to make their way in the world.

In 2018 Chatto undertook a six week apprenticeship at North Shore Pottery in Scotland, about which he waxed lyrical on his Instagram account at the beginning of 2019."2018 was such an incredible year of self reflection and growth for me. I spent six weeks in the very north of Scotland immersed in pottery and ceramics, being taught by the most patient and passionate potter. Clay consumed my every waking hour and I am so excited to see what I can achieve this year!" His posts are filled with praise for the meditative and reflective aspects of creating ceramics, a philosophy that's in line with one of his other main occupations, yoga, which he is trained to teach. (Source: www.houseandgarden.co.uk)

 

 

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