With his paternity leave now over, Prince William is officially back to his Royal duties - and there's much excitement with the latest confirmation that the new dad will be attending the Anglesey Show in North Wales.
The visit will be honouring the island after spending more than three years with the community for his position as an RAF rescue helicopter pilot, which is due to come to an end in the next couple of months.
And there's no doubt that the Royal effect will be in full force, as organisers of the event are upping their security in expectance of a massive rise in show attendance - with current estimates at over 60,000 fans.
The Anglesey Show, an agricultural event, could have the Duke watching gun dog and falconry displays, before he is due to give a speech to all attendees, following which he will be presented with a gift by the show organisers.
With his time as an RAF pilot due to end in the next couple of months, Prince William is said to be taking some time off before starting a new position in the cavalry - this time based in London and closer to Kate Middleton and newborn son Prince George.
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