A day in the life of Prince William, search and rescue pilot
From planning and preparing for any emergency call out to resting with his colleagues during 'downtime', Newsround takes a look at a day in the life of Flight Lieutenant Wales in his job as a Search and Rescue pilot for the RAF.
These new pictures show Wills mucking in and making the tea for his work mates.
At work there is no 'special treatment' for Prince William, who makes his own bed at the base in Anglesey.
Britain's Prince William, who is part of the Flight 22 Squadron Search and Rescue team, gets on well with colleagues at RAF Valley in Holyhead, Wales.
The Duke of Cambridge enjoys a meal in the dining room with crew mates.
The Prince has to check his aircraft to make sure it's safe to travel before the team go out on a rescue mission.