The immediate line of succession to the throne in Britain is well-known.
You’d be hard-pushed to find someone who doesn’t know Prince Charles is in line to succeed The Queen or that his son Prince William will eventually succeed him as monarch.
In fact, most people can tell you that Prince George is likely to succeed his father in many years’ time.
But what people don’t know is that the line of succession is quite long, and there are some interesting characters who could, in theory, take the throne.
It would take something extraordinary for Ragnhild Lorentzen Long, a member of the Norwegian Royal family who is 98th in line to the British throne, to be crowned.
She probably doesn’t give too much thought as to what her face might look like on a £10 note.
Closer to home, there are members of the Royal Family in similar positions, who have lived interesting lives themselves.
It’s probably fair to say the likes of The Queen and Prince Charles don’t delve too deeply into the world of music, but there is one member of the family who could possibly be described as having a “cool” job.
This is Jeremy Lascelles, who is definitely one of the more hip members of the Royal family.
He is 71st in line to the throne and is the son of George Lascelles, the seventh Earl of Harewood.
His mother Marion Stein later married the controversial politician Jeremy Thorpe, who was tried and acquitted of plotting to have his gay lover murdered in 1979.
Lascelles, who is 66, has been involved in the music industry since the early 1970s, and, as a great-grandson of King George V, could, theoretically become king.
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He was a percussionist who played alongside his older brother James, 65th in line to the throne, in a band called the Global Village Trucking Company in the early 1970s
He worked under the famous entrepreneur Richard Branson at Virgin Records, where he worked with massive names of the 1980s like Phil Collins, Culture Club, the Human League and Simple Minds.
He later set up Offside Records and is a big fan of Leeds United.
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