Prince William is heading back to work after taking paternity leave for the birth of his first born Prince George.
The Prince is set to return to work on Monday, August 5, even though he is not on the schedule until Wednesday, August 7, when he is assigned his first shift after his time off.
William will probably stay with wife Kate Middleton and baby George until Tuesday night. The new royal family has been staying with Kate’s parents Michael and Carole Middleton since two days after the baby was born.
A Kensington Palace source said in a statement at the time that this was private time for the family and time to get to know their new son.
The Palace also reported that they all doing well. William said at a Polo charity match this past weekend that he was stuck in “baby mode” and thinking about “nappies”, the British name for diapers.
Prince William was expected to stay in Bucklebury with the Middleton’s until this week, when he returns to his official duties as search and rescue pilot in Anglesey, Wales.
According to US, the royal is ready to make some changes in his responsibilities with the Royal Air Force (RAF) now that he is a dad.
The magazine reported that William had turned in his notice as a pilot and his press officer announced that the decision as to what the Prince does after his duties as a rescue pilot are over is up to him and are not public at the moment.
The Duchess of Cambridge has not been since in public since the couple and child moved into her parents’ home. It is expected that she will remain with her family for the time being.
Prince William and Kate Middleton welcomed Prince George on July 22. He is third in line to the British throne.