Why You Don't Hear Much About Prince Edward
Lifestyle News
By HALEY VAN HORN
If you're a member of the British Royal family, your privacy is almost nonexistent, and many of those new to the family find it hard to cope with the attention. While the British tabloids consistently hound every member of the family, Queen Elizabeth II's youngest son, Prince Edward has remained largely out of the public eye.
Queen Elizabeth II had four children; the most notable are King Charles III and the disgraced Prince Andrew, and while princess Anne often makes headlines for her charity work, the youngest, Prince Edward, has managed to keep a low profile. Edward chooses to stay out of the public, and even when he makes public appearances, he doesn't attract much fanfare.
Although Prince Edward may live a more private life, he doesn't shy away from royal duties. He and his wife, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, prioritize many charities and public events, and the pair even have a trust in their name, The Earl and Countess of Wessex Trust, which helps support programs that benefit children.