Prince William will sure be feeling the love this Valentine's Day — but not just from his wife, Kate Middleton!
According to People, the Duke of Cambridge and his fellow East Anglian Air Ambulance pilots are set to receive a brand new helicopter in mid-February to increase aid capacity and quicker response times.
Though the 33-year-old royal — who has been working with the emergency service since summer 2015 — usually flies out of the Cambridge base, the new H145 helicopter will instead operate out of East Anglian Air Ambulance's Norwich, England location.
William in July 2015. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
"We will then have greater resilience enabling us to go from one job to the other much easier," Diana Jakubowska, head of communications at East Anglian Air Ambulance, told People. "It is really good news all round, but it has impacted on the amount of money we need to raise."
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Though the new addition is great news for William and his team, the new helicopter comes with a big price. The charity's new cash-raising goal for this year is $14.4 million — a $2.3 million increase from 2015!
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