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  Prince Wills 'to swap Art for Geography'
Updated 15 April 2002, 11.55
Prince Charles and Prince William on his first day at St Andrews
Prince William is to swap pictures for maps and switch courses at his Scottish university.

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The hunky prince is fed-up with his History of Art course at St Andrews University and has decided something a bit more environmental like Geography would interest him more.

Talked it over with dad

Wills is to pick up the Geography course when he starts his second year in September, says the Sun.

The young prince talked the decision over with his dad, Prince Charles. But royal officials have not confirmed the reports yet.

Prince Harry

Wills got interested in the environment when he took a year out to help villagers in Chile.

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Meanwhile, his art-loving younger brother Prince Harry is reported to be thinking about following his brother up to St Andrews to do History of Art after he completes his A levels.

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