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Prince William returns to work after birth of Princess Charlotte

It's back to work as the Prince's paternity leave ends Credit: ITV ANGLIA

The Duke of Cambridge will return to work as an air ambulance pilot today after taking a break following the birth of his daughter Princess Charlotte. William took unpaid leave in April following the first phase of his training with the East Anglian Air Ambulance. He and his wife Kate have spent most of the past month away from the public glare at their home, Anmer Hall, on the Sandringham estate in Norfolk with their new daughter and son George. The Georgian country home was given to the couple by the Queen as a wedding present.

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Prince William 'to join' Ambulance service as pilot

Prince William gave us his job as an RAF search and rescue pilot 9 months ago Credit: PA

It's been reported that Prince William is to announce he'll become a helicopter pilot for the East Anglian Air Ambulance.

The Duke of Cambridge gave up his job as an RAF search and rescue pilot nine months ago to start a year of public service placements.

The Duke of Cambridge is said to want to get back to flying, and the part time role would give him the chance to work either from Cambridge or Norwich, while living with his family at Amner Hall on the Sandringham estate.