LONDON (WKOW) – Royal officials say Prince William will turn his focus on royal duties and charity work.
Officials say Prince William has finished his tour of duty as a Royal Air Force search-and-rescue helicopter pilot and has left operational service with the British military.
On Thursday, William's Kensington Palace office says that the second in line to the British throne completed his last shift earlier this week.
The office says Prince William will now focus on royal duties and was "considering a number of options for public service."
Prince William has spent more than seven years in the military, first in the army and then as a Royal Air Force pilot stationed in north Wales.
In July his wife gave birth to the couple's first child, Prince George.
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