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Prince William is just like us!
The Duke of Cambridge started his Monday off by heading back to work, the palace announced earlier this morning.
Kate Middleton's husband began as an employee of Bond Air Services, where he is currently undergoing mandatory training to be a pilot for East Anglian Air Ambulance.
Prince William's missions are slated to begin this summer, and he'll be working on in-flight skills training in the coming months.
The palace confirmed that Prince George's famous father completed and passed his Air Transport Pilot's License exams back in March, which involved 14 written exams on a wide variety of topics like Principles of Flight, Flight Planning, Air Law and Navigation.
They also shared that this will be William's main occupation, aside from his royal duties both in the United Kingdom and around the globe.
And, of course, his gig at East Anglian Air won't impinge upon his charity work and his many patronages.
That may sound like a tight schedule as it is, but we haven't even accounted for the fact that Middleton is due to give birth to the couple's second child in just a few weeks!
Earlier this month, the brunette beauty revealed that her due date is the "mid-to-end" of April.
The Duchess of Cambridge broke the exciting news to volunteers at Brookhill Children's Centre in Woolwich, where she attended a coffee breakfast before watching a training session and visiting an on-site nursery.
And as of now, neither Kate nor William have hinted at the sex of George's future sibling.
It's a busy time for the royal family!