Prince William is good at his job and he takes it seriously. According to a Feb. 27 Us Weekly report, the royal dad-to-be who serves as an operation captain in the Royal Air Force Search and Rescue Force fought freezing conditions in Snowdonia, North Wales to rescue to walkers.
Flight Lieutenant Wales, as he is known at work, rescued the couple, who was forced to spend a night after getting stuck on the Glyder range. Ten members of the Ogwen Valley mountain rescue team found the stranded couple and called for help. The skilled prince who was on base at RAF Valley in Anglesey was called upon for the rescue task.
“The helicopter came about 1am to search the mountain which was quite difficult with patches of low cloud,” Chris Lloyd of Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue, said. “Flying in the mountains at night with banks of low cloud requires great skill.”
Prince William and Kate Middleton are awaiting the birth of the couple’s first child, due in July. After overcoming her acute morning sickness, Middleton is back to her old self, continuing on with her royal duties and shopping for stylish maternity clothes.
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