Prince William is back to work.
On Thursday, in his role as an air ambulance rescue pilot, the royal dad helped airlift a patient to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge — not far from where he is based with the East Anglian Air Ambulance service. William and his fellow pilot helped paramedics transfer the patient to the top hospital.
The return to work came after William, Princess Kate and their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte celebrated the holidays in Kate’s hometown of Bucklebury. The family is thought to have since returned to their country home in Norfolk, Anmer Hall.
Now there is another celebration on the calendar: Kate turns 35 on Monday, which the family may well mark at Anmer. Last year, the royal mom welcomed her family and close friends to stay for a long weekend at their house on Queen Elizabeth’s country estate, Sandringham.
The coming months will see William facing a career crossroads: His contract is up with the company that employs him to work at the air ambulance in March, and he must decide whether to continue with that alongside his royal work or become more involved in public royal duties.
On Tuesday, William is scheduled to undertake his first public royal duties of the New Year, visiting a hostel run by the homelessness charity Centrepoint in London and then, on Wednesday, joining Kate at Child Bereavement U.K’s center in Stratford, in the east of the city. The royal couple will meet families and children who have been supported by the charity and attend a family support group session, where children, their parents, and caregivers can meet other families to explore themes of memories, feelings, support networks and resilience.
Source: PEOPLE COM