Could Prince George of Cambridge become an RAF Air Cadet one day? Well according to his mum, The Duchess of Cambridge, he wants to be!


Little Prince George may only be two-and-a-half years old, but the playful, boisterous, toddler has already got his sights set high on taking to the skies in the future. Just like his dad, Prince William, George has inherited his father’s love of planes and the great outdoors.

Whilst attending a service to mark the 75th anniversary of the Air Training Corps, The Duchess of Cambridge revealed that Prince George was, “obsessed with the air cadets and wants to join”.

Wearing a smart blue coat and a Dacre brooch that has traditionally been given to the best female cadet, Kate’s visit combined with a service in the RAF church, St Clement Danes, followed by a reception at the Royal Courts of Justice, was her first appearance as the new patron of the Air Cadets.


The Queen passed on her patronage of the Air Cadets to the Duchess of Cambridge earlier this year as part of her move to cut back on the amount of official work she has to do as she approaches her 90th birthday. She is expected to honour Kate with further patronages later this year. READ MORE HERE.

As the Queen slows down her busy work schedule, Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge are expected to take on more royal duties. The proud parents, who have their hands full at home with Prince George and his little sister Princess Charlotte, will take on some of the Queen’s charities and sporting associations, as well as public appearances.


However the young couple are still finding time to spend alone together, as William and Kate were spotted enjoying a rare night out without their children, at The Crown in East Rudham, about 15 minutes from their home in Anmer Hall, Norfolk.