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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are “stepping up more than ever before” to show “the future of The Firm”, according to Fox News.

According to a royal expert, Prince William and Kate Middleton have kept busy during isolation with their three children, allotting time to attend virtual charities, as well as supporting essential workers during the COVID-19 crisis in the U.K.

“We’re seeing them letting their guard down and that is a result of what we are going through,” royal author and Vanity Fair correspondent Katie Nicholl said.

“It’s uplifting for Britain, particularly for royalists, to see what the future of the royal family is going to look like,” she explained. “The royal family has gone to great lengths not to be seen to be aloof or distant or unrelatable.”

“We are a nation in the middle of a crisis and it’s times like this when we turn to the royal family for support, comfort and hope,” she shared. “And, I think the Cambridges have really stepped up to the plate providing a nice dose of entertainment for us, and of course, [it’s] a real treat for royal fans seeing so much of the Cambridge children.”

“Prince William is indeed keen to reenlist to the air ambulance service,” U.K.-based media correspondent Neil Sean told Fox News.

“But it’s also a tricky time,” he continued. “He really has to focus on the royal duty now that the queen is in isolation.”

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A source close to the royal family said that he Duke of Cambridge has privately said he’s “seriously considering returning as an air ambulance pilot.”

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“He is in talks about a short part-time role in emergency and so forth,” Sean explained. “But right now it’s unthinkable that he could revert back to that full-time. It’s interesting that William is now rating higher than ever before with this leadership style as king-in-waiting and wanting to help so many subjects in these trying times. … William will do this work totally under secrecy and no PR will be involved at his and the palace’s request.”

“William is very keen to do anything he can to help,” the source said. “He’s in the right place now if he wants to do it.”

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Back in April, reports claimed that William reportedly wanted to suit up and return to his previous job as an air ambulance pilot to assist in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

The palace insider also told The Sun that after William’s father, Prince Charles, was diagnosed with COVID-19, he became even more determined to serve his country.

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The royal completed his helicopter pilot training in 2010 before going on to become an RAF search-and-rescue pilot, U.K.’s Express reported. William transitioned out of that role in 2013 to work full-time as a pilot with the East Anglian Air Ambulance.