Prince William is back on duty at the Royal Air Force.
The 31-year-old new father, whose wife Kate Middleton gave birth to their first baby boy, Prince George Alexander Louis on July 22, has returned to his position at the RAF as a search and rescue helicopter pilot, after enjoying two-weeks of paternity leave.
Kate, 31, and the royal baby are currently staying at her parents’ home in Bucklebury, West Berkshire, England.
Prince William, who goes by the title Flight Lieutenant Wales, will end his term at the RAF, next month. His next new role will be announced by The Palace. But before that, Prince William, will visit the Anglesey show, which celebrates the farming and rural lifestyle on the island. On August 14, he will watch the falconry and gun-dog displays and judge a cattle show as well. He is also expected to deliver a short speech.
Meanwhile, a royal source said that Prince William and Kate are “thrilled” to be parents and Prince William is said to be enjoying the chores of fatherhood.