Prince William flies helicopter to mark 30th anniversary of Londonair ambulance service



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Prince William took the controls of a helicopter for a 25-minute trip from Kensington Palace to a local hospital as he marked the 30th anniversary of London’s air ambulance service.

William is a former pilot with the East Anglian Air Ambulance.

He was named patron of the London Air Ambulance Service’s anniversary campaign.

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4 Responses

  1. Dankman says:

    Let´s celebrate Elisabeth!

    But with what WIlliam?

    I´m going to take a helicopter and blow off some of the healthcare money.

    Well, god speed William!

  2. Alex Mitchell says:

    "A 47-year-old man, whose name has not been released, is facing multiple charges including criminal harassment, possession of cocaine, ecstacy, and heroin for the purpose of trafficking, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle and driving while under suspension."
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  3. Joey BagaDonuts says:

    Did he fly over to Epstein's Pedophile Isle and have a yummy lunch of pizza and weiners with walnut sauce? Did he bring back any for his daddy and uncle Andrew?

  4. Tante Lilis says:

    Cool. Red helicopter.

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