Kate Middleton is going to back to work 52 days after giving birth to Prince George. According to Daily Mail, the new mother is set to attend the Tusk Trust Conservation Award alongside Prince William on September 12. Kensington Palace confirmed the plan on Thursday, August 15. A spokesperson said, "It is a long standing engagement."
Prince William as well as his parents are concerned about the life of endangered animals in Africa. He and Harry once visited Africa with their parents as children. The Princes also visited African countries regularly in recent years.
Prince William's passionate effort to raise awareness surrounding issues of endangered animals will be one of the topics which will be discussed in his first interview after becoming a father. The interview is a part of 1-hour special entitled "Prince William's Passion: New Father, New Hope".
"I've never seen him so animated. We had lots of time with him and he was on great form," said CNN reporter Max Foster of the interview. It will be aired on Sunday, September 15 at 10 P.M. ET on CNN. In the interview, the new father also said that he hoped Prince George would experience Africa like he did with Prince Harry as young boys.
On Wednesday, Prince William gave updates on his son and wife as he attended Anglesey Show in Wales. "Catherine is sorry that she cannot be here today at the county show, but she and George would have loved to have been here," he said, adding, "He's pretty loud but of course very good-looking!" He also cracked a joke about daddy duties, saying, "I have to say that I thought search-and-rescue duties over Snowdonia were physically and mentally demanding, but looking after a 3-week-old baby is up there!"