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The Witcher’s Henry Cavill Reveals A Little-Known Detail About His Career Choice

The Witcher’s Henry Cavill Reveals A Little-Known Detail About His Career Choice

Successful actor Henry Cavill wrote a congratulatory message on the 365th birthday of the Royal Marine Corps on his official Instagram account and shared few details about his career choice and his brother while putting on the shirt of the British military corps.

The successful actor, who is mostly known as Superman and the Witcher, shared with his fans a very unknown detail about his life and explained that if he had not achieved this much success in his acting career, probably being a Royal Marine would have been one of the professional destinations he would have taken into account.

On Wednesday, in his message to the Royal Marines Corps, he both celebrated their 356th birthday and revealed that his brother was a Royal Marine too. For this reason, the actor, who has a long relationship with them, added that he was proud to be a part of Ambassador for the Royal Marines charity.

Here’s what he captioned:

“Happy Birthday to the Royal Marines Corps! Some of you may know that one of my brothers is a Royal Marine. So, I’ve long had a relationship with them, of sorts. It’s also what I would probably be doing if the film industry hadn’t got me first.

Both of these things led to me becoming an Ambassador for the Royal Marines charity quite a few years ago. An ambassadorship of which I am enormously proud.

The legacy of the Royal Marines is long, 356 years to be precise. Which so happens to make their “birth” year, 1664, which so happens to also be a lager, which makes celebrating their birthday rather easy. But to be fair, when it comes to bootnecks (Royal Marines), anything will do! Cheers gents!”

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Happy Birthday to the Royal Marines Corps! Some of you may know that one of my brothers is a Royal Marine. So, I've long had a relationship with them, of sorts. Its also what I would probably be doing if the film industry hadn't got me first. Both of these things led to me becoming an Ambassador for the Royal Marines charity quite a few years ago. An ambassadorship of which I am enormously proud. The legacy of the Royal Marines is long, 356 years to be precise. Which so happens to make their "birth" year, 1664, which so happens to also be a lager, which makes celebrating their birthday rather easy. But to be fair, when it comes to bootnecks (Royal Marines), anything will do! Cheers gents! @RoyalMarines @TheRMCharity #RoyalMarines #1664

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