Two weeks after the Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to the future king, Will’s paternity leave has come to an end, and he is getting back to work as a Royal Air Force search and rescue pilot in Anglesey.
Duchess Kate and Prince George will continue staying at the home of Kate’s parents in Bucklebury, although they will join Will in the next few weeks, according to TODAY News.
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“Like any new dad, William is finding it difficult to imagine going back to work and leaving the new baby at home," a source told the UK Mirror. “However, he has known all along that he is entitled to the same as every other father, which is just two weeks’ leave.”
Although Will and Kate have spent the past couple of weeks bonding with their new child in private, the Duke recently took a break to appear at a charity polo game over the weekend, where he spilled a few details on life as a new dad.
Prince George “likes to move around a lot, he wriggles a lot, he keeps us on our toes,” he said at the match.
Will is also expected to make an appearance on Aug. 14 at the Anglesey Show, an agricultural fair.