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The Duke of Cambridge will ensure he is ready to rush to wife Kate's bedside as the birth of the royal couple's second child approaches.
Prince William is currently training for his new job as a helicopter pilot with East Anglian Air Ambulance - but he will never be more than two hours away in case he needs to dash back to London.
The duke and duchess still do not know if Prince George's sibling - which Kate has said is due in the second half of April - will be a boy or a girl, according to a royal source.
The couple are planning to return to the Lindo Wing, the private maternity department of St Mary's Hospital in Paddington where Prince George was born, for the birth.
The duke will take two weeks paternity leave and join his family at Kensington Palace immediately after the birth, where they will spend a few days before travelling to Anmer Hall, their Norfolk home.