1. Hanging it Up

    Prince William Quits the Military

    CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - JULY 04:  Prince William, Duke of Cambridge takes part in helicopter manouvres called 'water birding' across Dalvay lake on July 4, 2011 in Charlottetown, Canada. The newly married Royal Couple are on the fifth day of their first joint overseas tour. The 12 day visit to North America is taking in some of the more remote areas of the country such as Prince Edward Island, Yellowknife and Calgary. The Royal couple started off their tour by joining millions of Canadians in taking part in Canada Day celebrations which mark Canada's 144th Birthday.  (Photo by Arthur Edwards - Pool/Getty Images)

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    Looks like it's time to settle down: Buckingham Palace announced Thursday that Prince William is leaving the Royal Air Force to devote more time to public service. William began his military duties in 2006, and has since 2010 been stationed in Wales as a search-and-rescue helicopter pilot. The prince has rescued a total of 149 people during 156 missions over the course of his career. Now that his and Kate Middleton's son, Prince George, is born, the couple plans to move to Kensington Palace. William hasn't declared himself a "full-time" royal yet; the palace said he is considering various options for public service, and his choice will be announced in "due course."

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