In an odd twist, Prince William may try a stint in journalism to train for public life, the Guardian reports. Officials say he would benefit from reporting on others, as journos will one day report on him as heir to England's throne. His handlers are also considering spells for William in civil service, sports, and law.
For now the focus remains on William's military career, but if he does try reporting, which paper will it be? The Daily Mail often slams his dad, Prince Charles; other papers snub royal stories altogether; and the Telegraph has earned little love for its servile royal coverage. The Guardian reminds readers that, well, the Guardian is a good fit, as it stands with the prince on social issues and the environment.