Prince William has told how his dedication to be a father at London's Air Ambulance Charity gala tonight, when he revealed that he & # 39; every free time & # 39; Spends with his three children, George, six, Charlotte, four and Louis, one.
The Duke of Cambridge  looked boisterous in a black tuxedo and bow tie when he joined the members of the London Air Ambulance at the charity event.
William, who worked for 18 months as a pilot for East Anglian Air Ambulance in 2016, was cheerful when he laughed and joked with crew members, as well as other attendees, including Eric Clapton.
He told rock legend that he gave family time priority and said: & my children. It's pretty hard to spend time with them. Every free time I get, I see them. & # 39;
Prince William, 37, appeared cheerfully when he put on a black suit and bow for a charity gala for the London Air Ambulance
During the event, Eric Clapton asked the royal if he still flew, to which William admitted that he spends every free time he gets with his children
The Duke of Cambridge jokes with Dr. Flora Bird, emergency medicine adviser at Royal London Hospital and paramedic Steve Jones about how clean their uniforms are
Prince William has been the patron of the London Air Ambulance service since January, with the service marking his 30th birthday this year.
The duke worked for the East Anglian service for 18 months, but left in January 2017.
He said he would leave his role – which he started in July 2015 – and spend more time in London, where his children will be educated.
In a statement at the time, issued by Kensington Palace on his behalf, he said it was a & # 39; privilege & # 39; was to fly with the organization.
At a certain stage, the duke joked with Dr. Flora Bird, emergency medicine adviser at Royal London Hospital, paramedic Steve Jones and Dr. John Chatterjee, anesthesia consultant with boys and St. Thomas Hospitals, about how clean their uniforms were
Prince William looked impetuous in a neat black tuxedo, with a black bow tie for the gala dinner
The statement added that, as in previous years, William and Kate wanted to increase their official duties on behalf of the Queen and their charity work, which would mean more time in London.
But Prince William appeared cheerfully tonight when he spoke to staff and patients from the ambulance service.
At one point, he joked with the staff about how clean their bright orange uniforms were.
He also saw a smile sharing with Captain Andy Thompson and Yair Shahar, a patient who was in a traffic accident.
The duke was seen at the event, which celebrated the charity's 30th anniversary, was chatting with staff
Prince William joked with Flora Bird, emergency medicine adviser at Royal London Hospital, paramedic Steve Jones and Dr. Tom Hurst, adviser at London Air Ambulance on how clean their uniforms were
He then met rock legend and singer Eric Clapton, as well as Bernie Ecclestone, who were both present at the charity.
Eric Clapton asked him if he was flying any more, with Prince William admitting that he had bits & # 39; here and there & # 39; did.
He further said that he found it & # 39; rather difficult & # 39; found to find free time to spend with his family and admitted: & It is the children. It's pretty hard to spend time with them. Every free time I get, I see them. & # 39;
Later the Duke of Cambridge gave a speech to those present at the gala.
It comes after a busy day for the Duke, who previously joined his wife Kate Middleton when they met Grenfell Tower and victims of terror attacks during a visit to emergency personnel.
The duke appeared cheerfully when he talked with attendees at the London Air Ambulance Charity gala
Prince William laughed and joked with Captain Andy Thompson and Yair Shahar, a patient in a traffic accident while attending the London Air Ambulance Charity gala
William and Kate started their day with the launch of the National Emergencies Trust in the St. Martin-in-the-Fields church in central London.
The new independent charity will respond to disasters in the UK in an emergency and has been set up since 2017 following various terrorist attacks.
In a moving speech, William praised the & # 39; humiliating & # 39; & # 39; resilience and strength & # 39; of survivors and the communities that come together in the aftermath of tragedy and disasters.
He even praised the children who & # 39; empty their money boxes & # 39; to help people in need.