he royal will start his final night shift later today. “As I hang up my flight suit, I am proud to have served with such an incredible team of people, who save lives across the region every day,” he wrote in a letter dedicated to his colleagues in the Eastern Daily Press newspaper. “As I arrive for work at East Anglian Air Ambulance this evening, my last shift with this incredible team, I wanted to say thank you to my colleagues, team mates and the people of East Anglia who I have been so proud to serve.” he also declared. In the article he also thanks his workmates for treating him as just another member of the team, and not as a member of the Royal Family.
Prince William and his family
He remembered some special vibrant moment during his activity in the emergency service, like this: “One of the first call outs I made was to a young man who had committed suicide; it was an incredibly tough day and had a profound effect on all of us, not least in my determination now to draw attention to this issue.” “We can’t thank William enough for his hard work and commitment to the charity during this time. He has been a true professional, delivering our doctors and critical care paramedics to patients under testing conditions,” Patrick Peal, Chief Executive of the EAAA said in a statement. From September the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will primarily be based in London at Kensington Palace, as Prince George starts school.