Kate Middleton has penned the foreword to an upcoming book about what life is like being married to a member of the RAF, called Living in the Slipstream: life as an RAF Wife.
Having spent three years in Angelsey with Prince WIlliam while he worked as a search and rescue pilot for the RAF, the Duchess of Cambridge has extensive first hand experience of life as an RAF wife.
The mother-of-one wrote in the book: 'I loved my time in Anglesey. But I can’t pretend I didn’t feel anxious when William was flying in challenging conditions, but he loved it and I felt incredibly proud of him.'
William left the RAF last year, and is now studying an agricultural management course at Cambridge University. We hope whatever role he undertakes next doesn't cause too much anxiety for Kate.
Kate is currently holidaying in Mustique with her family, but the couple will soon be reunited and are about to spend a month together, along with their baby son Prince George, on a royal tour of Australia and New Zealand.
The book is published in May, with all profits going to the Royal Air Forces Association and RAF Benevolent Fund.
By Olivia Marks