While he may be busy being a first-time dad, Prince William hasn't forgotten his Royal duties as he turned up to the Anglesey Show, Wales, to bid goodbye to the community where he worked.
Having spent time on the island during his work as an RAF pilot, Prince William revealed all about parenting in his speech at the central show arena, joking to fellow show attendees: "I thought search and rescue duties were physically and mentally demanding but looking after a three-week old baby is right up there."
Starting the speech in Welsh to much approval from the local crowd, William thanked the community for being welcoming to him and wife Kate Middleton. "She and George would have loved to be here," he revealed, before cheekily describing his newborn son as "pretty loud and of course extremely good looking."
"I know that I speak for Catherine when I say that I have never in my life known somewhere as beautiful and as welcoming as Anglesey," the Duke continued. "I know that both of us will miss it terribly when my search and rescue tour of duty comes to an end next month and we have to move elsewhere."
Prince William tried his hand at a number of events at the popular agricultural event, including learning the art of falconry - seen here meeting a Harris hawk after being presented with his very own falconry glove gift by the daughter of the residing falconry master, Terry Large. The Prince also met young local farmers and their prize-winning cattle before he was moved on to address the dozens of thousands of fans attending.
It is said that Prince William's next move will be to the Blues and Royals cavalry regiment in Hyde Park, London, where he will be able to carry out more Royal engagements in support of the Queen.
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