A source close to Kate Middleton has revealed that the royal fashionista has refused to join the RAF Valley Wives' Club; does this signal the end of Prince William's military career?
It seems as if Prince William has come to a decision about his future with the RAF, if sources at the Daily Mail are to be believed.
A senior officer has revealed that he does not believe the Prince will be resuming his service as a search-and-rescue helicopter pilot when his current tour of duty ends next year.
And it is believed that this decision is due in part to Prince Phillip's ill health:
"He has to tell us if he wants to continue. We realise there are other demands and William has this unique, dual role... Prince Philip being seriously ill has been a game-changer. William is having to consider taking on life as a working Royal much earlier"
And, as Kate Middleton has revealed that she does not want to join the RAF Valley wives’ club in Anglesey, where her husband is based, it seems more and more likely that a big move for the pair is imminent:
"Kate doesn’t socialise with the other wives... She prefers to keep a low profile."
If Kate Middleton is pregnant, as rumours suggest, it would also have an effect on Prince William's decision to stay with the RAF.
And, as claims suggest she is already remodelling Kensington Palace into a baby-safe area, it seems as if she's getting ready to move on from Anglesey.
Perhaps the newly-turned 30 year old is hoping to focus more on building a family and becoming a working Royal?
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