Caption: Prince William showing his father round his RAF Sea King Rescue helicopter in 2012 [GETTY]
PRINCE William may be taking to the skies once more - but this time as an air ambulance pilot.
The future king, who is an accomplished pilot, stepped down from the RAF's search-and-rescue team last year but it is believed he is not keen on taking up royal duties on a full-time basis.
The East Anglian Air Ambulance service, located near his country home at Anmer Hall in Sandringham, is the likely destination for Prince William.
According the Sunday Times, a royal aide said: "The duke is fully committed to his foundation and charities, but he feels he has not yet got flying out of his system.
"Should the duke and duchess grow their family, the duke is keen to take on a role which enables him to see them most days. The royal family is fully supportive of the plan." Click link for full post from EXPRESS.
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