When he was 7 years old, he told Princess Diana he desired to be a policeman when he grew up. Spent a gap year between Eton College and university travelling to Chile, Belize and Africa, and working on a dairy farm in Britain. Became a patron of the Tusk Trust in 2005, a charity that aims to conserve wildlife. Appointed as a Royal Knight Companion of the Most Noble Order of the Garter by his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II in 2008. Created, with his brother Harry, the Foundation of Prince William and Prince Harry in 2009. Succeeded Richard Attenborough in 2010 as the president of BAFTA, a post formerly held by his grandfather Prince Phillip and his aunt Princess Anne. Twenty-six charities benefited when his and Kate Middleton's Royal Wedding Gift Fund raised 1,058,367 in 2011.