Britain’s Prince William resumes air ambulance training
Britain’s Prince William has resumed working as an air ambulance pilot.
The 32-year-old royal – who welcomed his second child, Princess Charlotte, with his wife the Duchess of Cambridge on May 2 – has returned to his post with the East Anglian Air Ambulance following his paternity leave.
However, the third-in-line to the throne isn’t far away from his baby daughter, as his wife, Princess Charlotte and his 23-month-old son Prince George are currently getting used to life as a family of four at their nearby home, Anmer Hall in Norfolk.
It is believed the Prince is in the final stages of his training for the air ambulance and once it is complete he will transport patients to and from hospitals across Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk.
Meanwhile, William also resumed his royal duties last month and jetted into Switzerland for his first overseas engagement since the birth.
The Duke of Cambridge arrived in the municipality of Gland in western Switzerland to attend a Wildlife task force meeting at the headquarters of the International Union for Conservation of Nature.
He was shown around the IUCN headquarters, which lie on the banks of Lake Geneva, by Director General Inger Andersen and Isabelle Monney, Deputy Mayor of Gland.