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Ditch the helicopter, start changing nappies

Prince William will be a better king if he's an involved father from the start

By Jack OSullivan  

Prince William will be a better king if he's an involved father from the start Above: Prince William prepares for take-off as part of his RAF duties © Crown Copyright

What should Prince William do when his baby is born in July? Speculation suggests that, after taking a fortnight’s paternity leave, the Prince will go back to flying his RAF helicopter. Meanwhile, the child-rearing will be left to the professionals, namely Kate and her mum. The Duchess is expected to head home for a parental apprenticeship with…

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