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It seems Prince William is already practicing for daddy duty as the Royal Air Force search and rescuer breached a security threat in order to aide a sick infant.
A spokesperson confirmed to Us Weekly that the royal father-to-be airlifted an infant from Northern Ireland to Newcastle-Upon-Tyne in order to further help the sick infant.
The decision was difficult as there was a security threat in place in the region during the Dec. 15 rescue.
The Prince and his wife, Catherine the Duchess of Cambridge, are hopeful to give their child the most normal life possible. William will have to decide if he wants to reenlist in the RAF next year or take on full time royal duties.
A source tells the magazine, “William wants to give their child a somewhat normal life, and for that to happen, he has to remain in the armed forces.”
Since announcing the pregnancy, Catherine has been hospitalized for hyperemesis gravidarum, a severe case of morning sickness. The Duchess has made one public appearance at the BBC’s Sports Personality of the Year Awards, where she helped present alongside soccer pro David Beckham.