It’s almost time! Prince William has officially finished the initial phase of his helicopter training and has returned home to await the birth of his second child with Kate Middleton. How exciting!
Prince William, 32, has finished work for now and is back home safe and sound with his wife Kate Middleton, 33. The royal heartthrob has taken his paternity leave from air ambulance pilot training to be home to prep for baby number two with his family.
Prince William Starts Paternity Leave Ready For Birth Of Royal Baby #2
We can’t contain our excitement for the birth of the second royal baby. We aren’t the only ones, Prince William has officially started his paternity leave ahead of schedule. It looks like he won’t need to worry about being caught off guard at work (115 miles away) when Kate goes into labor.
The Duke of Cambridge completed the initial phase of his helicopter pilot training ahead of time, thus making his wife very happy to have him by her side in the remaining days of her pregnancy. What a huge relief!
A statement, released by William’s office at Kensington Palace, says the Prince finished early, “Due to a combination of [him] performing well in the various modules and having very good flying conditions that allowed flight training and assessment to progress more quickly than had been planned.”
Prince William Will Return To Work In June
The Duke of Cambridge will continue with his training after June 1, after his royal engagements end, according to the statement.
“His final block of in-work training requires an uninterrupted three-week block of working time and the availability of the new EC145 helicopter that will be used for missions. As he now will not have any further training to complete after returning from paternity leave, he will not return to duties with Bond until that time, and will remain on unpaid leave until then.”
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