Prince goes to work: Prince William Ambulance Pilot
Published: July 14, 2015
Prince goes to work: Prince William Ambulance Pilot, The Duke of Cambridge began his East Anglian Air Ambulance job yesterday and says while he is “still relatively young” he is managing his official royal duties and the new role as best as he can.
“At some point there’s probably going to be a lot more pressure and responsibility from my other side of my life, at the moment I’m juggling the two of them and a young family and I like the challenge,” the prince told media today.
Prince William completed his civilian pilot course late last year before a 999 (emergency) undertaking response training to qualify for the East Anglian Air Ambulance job.
“It’s been a long time coming, it’s been many exams and training to get here and I’m hugely excited to be joining a very professional group of guys and girls doing a sort of unique, complex job”
The 33-year-old humbly says the important job will keep him grounded and make him into the person he looks to become.
“Trying to be a good guy, trying to do what you can and trying to be a decent individual, qualities in people you would look and want to be associated with.”
With the start of the new career along with the birth of his second child, Princess Charlotte, Prince William said this spring would be a game-changer for him.
“She’s been a little joy of heaven but at the same time it is more of a responsibility looking after two little ones especially when George is around, he’s a little monkey but… Catherine has been doing an amazing job as a mother and I am very proud of her.”
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