Prince William has completed his final shift as an RAF search and rescue pilot in Anglesey, according to the BBC.
It is believed that the Duke of Cambridge's last shift was on Tuesday. The Prince is expected to return to the Household Cavalry’s Blues and Royals regiment in London, which will enable him to carry out more royal engagements.
Prince William, who is known as Lieutentant Wales at work, has spoken openly about his love of his job as a helicopter pilot. "I don’t think there’s any greater calling in life," he has said. "To be able to see a son or daughter’s face when you bring their mother or father back from the edge of death – it’s quite powerful."
He and Kate Middleton have grown fond of Anglesey. "I know that I speak for Catherine when I say that I have never in my life known somewhere as beautiful and as welcoming as Anglesey," he has said. "I know that both of us will miss it terribly."
On Wednesday the royal was already busy with both royal and personal engagements. He joined his father Prince Charles and brother Prince Harry in paying their respects at the funeral of their family friend Hugh van Cutsem.
He also took part in a charity event with his brother Prince Harry. The royal siblings acted as traders at the BGC Partners Charity Day at the event which marked the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
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