Prince William is planning to leave his RAF search and rescue helicopter role in order to take on new duties with more Royal obligations and fatherhood. The work of the RAF keeps him busy and away from Kate Middleton for up to 10 24-hour shifts each month. Kate has her dog Lupo, the Middleton clan, tons of servants, and a soon to be baby to keep her company – so why is she demanding the Prince quit the job he loves so much.
Now that Kate is carrying a Royal heir she is forcing Prince William to break the law and leave the job he loves just to stay home with her and the many nannies this baby will have taking care of him/her. He will owe the taxpayer £400,000 if he quits early as a helicopter pilot to take up Royal duties but who cares he is the Prince (right?). The RAF chiefs have decided to write off the bill in the interests of the nation but would anyone else have gotten this form of forgiveness and let’s not forget the message the Prince will be sending – that it’s okay to be a quitter. The interest of the nation should be it is best to finish your obligation no matter what they are even if it’s a helicopter pilot. Kate’s persistence has finally paid off and now the spoiled, selfish, self-righteous Duchess of Cambridge will finally truly get her hands around Will’s royal throat.
Kate was previously dumped in 2002 after Prince William graduated, again in 2005 after pressure from the Royal family. Kate no longer wants to be Waity Katie so she has talked Prince William into breaking the law and leaving the job he loves. Kate has waited on Prince William for over nine years and will not let a little thing like a job and career stand in between them and the baby. Kate, if only you could ask the late Princess Diana if marrying a Prince and having his kids means eternal happiness. Will Prince William grow to hate Kate for insisting he quit the job he loves just to hang around with her? Can’t she stand on her own for once? It’s not as if she has to any heavy lifting when Will is off with the RAF.
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