Prince William Returns to the Cockpit?

The restless royal plans to become an air ambulance pilot.
2:34 | 05/26/14

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We will retweet it. We wish everybody a happy memorial day and back now at 7:41 with news on an exciting new job. In the works for Britain's prince William. The prince is said to be longing to return to the cockpit. This time as an air ambulance pilot and ABC's lama Hasan is tracking this story in London. Good morning to you, lama. Reporter: Hey, good morning to you, Lara. It sounds like prince William isn't quite ready to become a full time royal just yet. All that hand shaking, planting trees, et cetera, oh, no, the prince instead wants a day job and he wants to fly again. ? could it be prince William to the rescue once again? This morning it seems prince William is not quite ready to hang up that search and rescue helmet of his. New reports on Sunday say that instead of taking on his royal responsibilities full time, wills is allegedly contemplating a return to the skies. This time as an air ambulance pilot based closer to the country home he now shares with wife Kate and son George. I think the queen will be supportive of him and wants had him to be happy. Reporter: Before he had a little heir to help care for, prince William was an avid air man, just a year ago he hung up his gear after three years as a search and rescue pilot in the royal air force. It definitely is advanced flying and it's rewarding. Reporter: But now it seems the prince may miss having a day job. As a pilot with a nonprofit east anglian air ambulance, William would join a crew with an average of four ins depps a day including life-threatening situations such as road traffic accidents and medical emergencies. He absolutely loves flying and it gives him the opportunity to fly. Reporter: This morning, the palace will only tell ABC news, "The duke is considering a number of options for public service." Ç as for brother harry and his job, his military days on the army front lines are over. Now spending most of his time slaving away behind a desk organizing royal events. And harry is reportedly causing a commotion at work. All the ladies are fawning all over him. The newly single prince has colleagues lining up and bringing him lunch and cups of tea. Life as a royal. Lama, thank you so much.

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