Proud new dad Prince William will take just two weeks paternity leave before returning to work in the RAF.
William – who is currently staying with Kate and baby George at the Middleton family home in Berkshire – will return to his position as Sea King helicopter pilot to RAF Valley, in Anglesey on Monday August 5.
Kate is expected to stay longer with her mum and dad, before returning home to Kensington Palace.
William will receive the standard £273.56 paternity leave for his two weeks away.
It is another clear sign from the Duke and Duchess that they intend to give George – or His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge to give him his full title – a normal life.
The couple are said to be against hiring a nanny, and plan to reply on family and friends to help out when William is at work and Kate returns to Royal duties.