Peter Phillips Biography
(Member of the British Royal Family)
Birthday: November 15, 1977 (Scorpio)
Born In: St Mary's Hospital, London
Peter Phillips is a member of the British royal family. He is the eldest grandchild of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip. He is the only son of his mother, Anne, Princess Royal. He was the first child in the family to be born without any courtesy title. At the time Phillips’ birth, his parents refused to accept any titles. At birth, he was fifth in the line of succession to the British throne. Currently, he is fourteenth in the line of succession. He is an accomplished horse rider, and is skilled in water sports, too. Phillips relocated to Australia for a brief period, to work with the ‘Sports Entertainment Limited.’ Later, he acquired a degree in sports science. Phillips worked as corporate hospitality manager of ‘Jaguar,’ for some time. Phillips was also the sponsorship accounts manager of the racing team ‘Williams F1.’ After quitting this, Phillips worked at the ‘Royal Bank of Scotland.’ After a few years with the ‘Royal Bank of Scotland,’ he took over as the managing director of the ‘Sports Entertainment Limited,’ U.K. While working his way up the corporate ladder, Phillips never flaunted his royal lineage. Most of his colleagues were unaware of his identity. Phillips was in charge of the ‘Patron’s Lunch,’ during the 90th birthday celebrations of Queen Elizabeth II.