Prince William is taking a two-week paternity leave to enjoy
time with his new son George and wife Kate.
He's the first senior member of the royal family to take a
paid paternity leave.
William is a search and rescue helicopter pilot for the
Royal Air Force.
Although his pay only amounts to $210 dollars a week, many
on social media say that he's setting a precedent for British dads.
That's because only two-thirds of men reportedly take some
paternity leave and fewer than half take a full two weeks.
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