Prince William took two weeks for paternity leave after Prince George was born — the first time a senior royal has received statutory paternity leave since the practice was adopted by Britain in 2003. Since then, he's left his position with the Royal Air Force, and Prince William has been named the president of United for Wildlife, a new collaboration which is described in a statement by the Palace as a "long-term commitment to tackle the global challenges to the world's natural resources so they can be safeguarded for future generations."
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