If you had a chance this summer to either go to Barbados on a family vacation or to work as a gofer in the film production for Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, which would you choose? The British Prime Minister's son, Euan Blair, had no trouble in deciding his summer plans:
The Prime Minister's son is a lowly gofer on the set of the eagerly-awaited blockbuster.
But the 19-year-old, who has just finished the first year of his ancient history degree, is on one of the most prestigious film sets in the world. He is spending the summer in Virginia Water, Surrey, working on the third movie to chronicle the adventures of JK Rowling's boy wizard.
"He's quiet, but very keen," said a set insider. "He watches everything that goes on and is keen to know about how the whole process works. Most people don't know who his dad is."