Prince William is given a ‘Prince of Wales mug’ by his former workplace to REPLACE cheeky one


Prince William returned to his old RAF base Tuesday and found he had been promoted in more ways than one.


When he was working as a Search and Rescue pilot at RAF Valley on Anglesey between 2010 and 2013, the heir to the throne used to drink his tea on base out of a jokey mug captioned ‘Big Willy’.


On this week’s visit the future king was handed a steaming brew in a mug with the name ‘Prince of Wales’ emblazoned on it.

Describing the visit as ‘a bit of nostalgia’, William, 42, looked right at home as he toured the familiar airbase and met personnel from across the unit to hear more about their work and day-to-day life.


The prince became Royal Honorary Air Commodore of RAF Valley last August after taking over the role from the King.

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William walked into the crew room clutching a steaming cup of tea in his new mug, where he joined engineers, Qualified Flying Instructors, and trainees – including his former flying instructor Captain Brian Wills.

After spotting him, William said warmly: ‘I thought you might be here today, you hang around like a bad smell!’

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