…or a solicitor, or even a judge?
The military has always been a career option for British royals; it seems most have medals dripping off of them on state occasions by the time they’re out of diapers. Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, is making a career as a film producer/communications consultant, I believe. Others focus on public appearances and good works, or just dabble in this or that.
What if Prince Harry decides, after his Army career, to study for the bar? Is there any constitutional impediment to him becoming a barrister, a solicitor or, in time, a judge? Could he do one but not one of the others? The Law Lords are given life peerages; could Prince Harry study for and pass the bar, and in time serve either as a Law Lord or a non-noble judge?