Prince William has officially ended his career with the RAF, it has been confirmed today (Wednesday) a day after The Royal Baby Blog suggested his schedule of royal duties was hinting at such. BBC reports Prince William's final shift was on Tuesday. That's the same day Kate Middleton was spotted entering a London McDonalds on her way to Kensington Palace with Prince George and a nanny.
It's not yet clear if the Cambridges have officially moved out of their rented farm house in Anglesey. However, the young royals are back in London as a family for the first time in seven weeks. Prince William attended a funeral today, as well as a BGC Charity Day. He and Kate Middleton will also attend the inaugural Tusk Trust Awards on Thursday night in London.
In his final speech in Anglesey, the Duke of Cambridge called the Welsh Isle a very special place to him and his wife and promised his family would return many times. Kate Middleton and Prince William enjoyed a great degree of privacy and relative normalcy in Anglesey during their three years living there.
Prince William has not you confirmed what he'll do next career-wise, but it's believed he'll take a London-based Army position.