What's Next for Prince William, Princess Kate in 2017

William and Kate are making decisions about their family's future.

William revealed in May that he and Kate were considering next steps for George.

"They’re both doing very well at the moment, noisy but lovely," William said of his children at an event at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London. "[We're] just trying to sort out schools now. It’s going very well.”

George currently attends Westacre Montessori School in Norfolk.

At some point, the couple inevitably will return to London as full-time working royals but it's been important to William and Kate to give George and Charlotte a normal childhood away from the prying eyes of the paparazzi. Anmer Hall provides that environment but if George attends Wetherby School, Kensington Palace is expected to become the family's full-time base.

William will also be making decisions in 2017 on his future with the East Anglia Air Ambulance Service, where he works as an air ambulance helicopter pilot. The couple's Anmer Hall home is conveniently located close to the posting.

William is said to enjoy his meaningful role as a pilot. His Air Ambulance contract is up in March and he will need to make a decision on whether he carries on that role while the couple decides where Prince George attends his next school.

Another option could see William extending his helicopter position through the summer, according to the U.K.'s The Telegraph.

William and Kate will also expand their charitable work in the next year and take on additional royal duties.

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