Andrew Parker Bowles Net Worth
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|Date of Birth:||1939 December 27|
|First Name||Andrew Henry|
|Last Name||Parker Bowles|
|Aka||Andrew Parker Bowles, Andrew Henry Parker Bowles|
|Age:||80 years old|
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Andrew Henry Parker Bowles, Brigadier is a former British Army officer by his profession. Besides, his marvelous achievement in his Army post, he is best to reckon for being the former husband of Camilla Parker Bowles. Whereas, Camilla is now the Duchess of Cornwall and the wife of Prince of Wales.
Born on 1939, December 27, he is the eldest son of Derek Henry Parker Bowles and Dame Ann Parker Bowles. Coming from the high-class family, Bowles share huge ancestry of being Roman Catholic. In addition, The Times listed his godparents as Sir Humphrey de Trafford, the Marquess of Hartington. Furthermore, he is in the line of succession to the Earldom of Macclesfield. Andrew went to Benedictine Ampleforth College and the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.
Parker joined Royal Horse Guards (The Blues) in 1960 and became the aide-de-camp to the Governor-General of New Zealand, Sir Bernard Fergusson in 1965. He handled the “The Blues” and later The Blues “and Royals as Adjutant” till 1970. While he was promoted to major in 1971. Additionally, he became the squadron leader of “B” squadron in 1972 on Exercise “Motorman” in Ulster. Meanwhile, he was in the Senior Military Liaison Officer and Governor of Rhodesia, which he handled in the year 1980. After becoming the Lieutenant-colonel in 1980, he was awarded Queen’s Commendation for Bravery in Zimbabwe. From the year 1981 to 1983, he was Commanding Officer of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment. While he became the Colonel and commanded Household Cavalry and Silver Stick. Following the immense success, he became the Brigadier in 1990. His last role to the service was the director of the Royal Army Veterinary Corps to the period 1991 to 1994. Andrew retired from his service in 1994.
Bowles Personal Life
During the 70’s, Andrew dated the royal prince, Princess Anne. However, he shared his wedding knot with Camilla Rosemary Shand in 1973, and she was seven years junior to him. The wedding was done in a Roman Catholic ceremony, while Camilla in the past dated Prince of Wales. The pair has two children, Tom and Laura with each other. The couple after being together for several years ended their relationship with divorce in 1995. After the fail marital relationship, he tied his second knot with Rosemary Pitman in 1996. Sadly, Rosemary Pitman lost the battle against cancer and lost her life in 2010.
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