Huckleberry Edward Jocelyne Grylls is a celebrated kid who has been enjoying the limelight since his birth. His father, Bear Grylls, is a famous British adventurer and writer.
Huckleberry Edward Jocelyne Grylls’s Family
Huckleberry Edward Jocelyne Grylls was born on the 15th of January 2009 and is the youngest son of Bear Grylls and Shara Grylls (nee Cannings-Knight). He has got two elder brothers, Marmaduke Mickey Percy Grylls and Jesse Grylls.
Edward Michael “Bear” Grylls was born in London on 7 June 1974. He is the son of Sir William Michael John Grylls, a Conservative politician who was implicated in the cash-for-questions affair. His Mother, Sarah Lady Grylls was the daughter of a politician, Patricia Ford. Edward has one sibling, an elder sister, Lara Sarah Grylls, who gave him the nickname ‘Bear’ when he was a week old. Lara is a Tennis Coach and Fitness Professional. Edward’s family has a strong cricketing background, with his grandfather Neville Ford and great-great-grandfather William Augustus Ford having both been first-class cricketers.
Edward grew up in Donaghadee, Northern Ireland, until the age of four, until his family moved to Bembridge on the Isle of Wight. In childhood, he learned to climb and sail with his father who was a member of the prestigious Royal Yacht Squadron. In his teenage, he learned skydiving and earned a second Dan Black Belt in Shotokan Karate. Edward married Shara Cannings Knight in 2000 and has 3 children.
Huckleberry Edward Jocelyne Grylls’s Net Worth
Huckleberry Edward Jocelyne Grylls is a celebrity kid, who is approaching adolescence and is yet to embark on a professional career. He does, however, have a penchant for survival and attends summer camps. His mother, Shara, is a published author, having written the books Marriage Matters and Never Stop Holding Hand: And Other Marriage Survival Tips. His father, Bear Grylls, is a British adventurer, writer, television presenter, and entrepreneur, with a net worth $27 million.
In July 2009, Edward was appointed as The Scout Association’s youngest-ever Chief Scout of the United Kingdom and Overseas Territories at age 35. In 2004, he was given the honorary rank of lieutenant commander in the Royal Naval Reserve. He first drew attention after embarking on a number of adventures, and then became widely known for his television series Man vs. Wild. He is the ambassador for ‘The Prince’s Trust,’ an organization, which provides training, financial, and practical support to young people.
In his first book, “The Kid Who Climbed Everest,” he described his experiences while climbing the Mount Everest. His second book, “Facing the Frozen Ocean,” was shortlisted for the ‘William Hill Sports Book of the Year’ Award in 2004. In 2012, he released his autobiography, “Mud, Sweat and Tears.” In 2015, American President Barack Obama came together with Edward on Television in Alaska. In 2019, he was appointed as ‘Officer of the Order of the British Empire’ (OBE) by the Queen of England.