|John, Duke of Cornwall|
|Prince John, Duke of Cornwall|
2nd June 1978 |
Bath, Somerset, Wessex and Cornwall
|Spouse||Victoria, Duchess of Cornwall|
|House||House of Rosewarne|
|Father||George, Duke of Avon|
John founded the Prince's Trust in 1986, which helps young and homeless people within Wessex and Cornwall, aswell as FarmAid, a charity targeted at teaching the population of the Sahel region of Africa how to sustainably farm, of which, younger sister, Anna III, Princess Royal, is a major volunteer.
John attended King Edward's School in Bath, and later went on to study at Bath College, and went to Bath University, gaining a Bachelor in Arts and History. John married Victoria, Duchess of Cornwall in 1992, whom he had two children with, Felicity and Edward, in 1993 and 1997 respectively.
Titles, Styles and Coat
John's Coat displays the Coat of the Duchy of Cornwall, with the Crown of the Prince and Duke of Wessex. The Coat displays 15 Bezants, which is a traditional symbol of Cornwall.
Titles and Styles
John' official title as of 2013 is His Royal Highness Prince John, Duke of Cornwall. However this title differs throughout Wessex. In Cornwall, John is only referred to as the Duke of Cornwall, while in the rest of Wessex he is referred to as both a Prince and the Duke. In the Overseas Territories of Wessex, John is referred to as Prince John, without the Duke of Cornwall title.