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Looking at the monarchies that have some experience with working royals (either born or married into the royal family) you find that many options. The military and charities are safe bets. Princess Elisabeth of Denmark has worked for the foreign office. Prince Constantijn of the Netherlands works for the EU. Prince Carl-Philip of Sweden has been working in the arts (both as a designer and photographer) others work for commercial companies or state institutions.
Commercial activities are more difficult than jobs in the public sector but acceptable for those further away from the throne. A royal entering or staying in business will have to consider their actions as they will reflect on the institution. But there are many honourable businesses with decent people running and working for them.
The husband of a crownprincess or queen will like his female counterpart have to look to the public sector and charities for his main focus if he isn't interested in the military.
Area's like wildlife protection, innovation, enviroment, education, sport, safety and culture are all options for (male) royals.
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