Prince William with a falcon
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Prince William: Falconry glove in Anglesey goodbye

14 August 2013 Last updated at 12:23 BST

The Duke of Cambridge has been greeted by well-wishers at the Anglesey Show in one of his first public engagements since becoming a father.

Prince William had two weeks' parental leave from work as a rescue helicopter pilot at RAF Valley on the island following his son's birth on 22 July.

The duke and duchess have made Anglesey their home during his posting.

The prince was presented with his very own falconry glove during the display by Sophie Large, 11, from Wrexham, who is the daughter of the falcon master, Terry Large.

She then helped the prince take part in a display of Harries Hawks.

"It was very special - I know it is privilege to be able to meet him," she said.

"He was kind and very nice."