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Prince William speaks of fatherhood challenge at Anglesey Show

14 August 2013 Last updated at 13:20 BST

The Duke of Cambridge has thanked the people of Anglesey, in a speech at the island's agricultural show.

Prince William, who will end his tour of duty with the RAF on the island base, began his speech to the crowds in the Welsh language, he added: "We look forward to returning again and again with our family."

He joked that his new son George was "pretty loud and extremely good-looking."

He said he thought being on RAF search and rescue duty over Snowdonia was physically and mentally demanding but looking after a three week old baby "was right up there."

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