Transcript for Prince William Returns to the Skies
Speak Russian. Live to London. There's a big announcement coming in from the royal family and lama Hasan is there. Good morning, lama. Reporter: Yes, it is official. Prince William has a brand-new job. The palace just announcing that he will be returning to the skies as an air ambulance helicopter pilot but hold on to your seat, folks, because he still has to go through five months of training, 14 exams and one flight test before he can actually qualify. William's got a new gig. A new job and a new home away from home. The second in line to the british throne will be using his wings to pilot an air ambulance. He couldn't give up his love of flying so he will spend the next few months training and for March he will be working on a shift pattern of four days on and three days off. Reporter: After seven years in the military, the new dad is trading in his search and rescue career to focus on his royal duties and spend plenty of time with Kate and curious George. It's a vital service and it importants life-saving work and we're very pleased that his highness has chosen to fly with our charity. Reporter: The couple are no doubt likely to spend more time at their Norfolk manner house, a 30th birthday present from grandma the queen. Kate reportedly decorating to make it a home for two future kings. What about the pitter-patter of little feet? A royal sibling for George. Probably sometime next year. They definitely want to expand their family but I think they want to have a little bit more time with George. Reporter: And get this, and get this, William will be flying grueling hours during both daytime and nighttime schiffs so I guess parenthood and all those late night diaper changes have actually prepared him for his new job and, George, you know, the Royals are just like us in
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