After two years of suicides, car crashes and burns victims Prince William tells of his 'profound respect' for air ambulance heroes ahead of his final flight - now what next for the future king?


Prince William will begin his last shift as a helicopter pilot for the East Anglian Air Ambulance later today.
The Duke of Cambridge was photographed on one of his last days with the charity at Cambridge Airport on Tuesday while handing over to his colleagues on the night shift.
After his final flight with the EAAA - where he has worked since March 2015 - the future king is expected to spend more time in London so he can take on more duties, including royal visits and charity work.
During his time with the EAAA, William has co-piloted its helicopter and flown missions in Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire.
After two years of suicides, car crashes and burns victims Prince William tells of his 'profound respect' for air ambulance heroes ahead of his final flight - now what next for the future king? After two years of suicides, car crashes and burns victims Prince William tells of his 'profound respect' for air ambulance heroes ahead of his final flight - now what next for the future king? Reviewed by Alexander Von Stern on 23:09:00 Rating: 5