So he's been a dad for all of a week, and already there is a documentary about Prince William and life as the Royal baby's father.

Prince William's Passion: New Father, New Hope, which is set to air next month on ITV, will reveal his hopes for his new family. In his first interview following the birth of Prince George, William will open up to Jane Treays about his experiences of being a father so far. Controller of Factual at ITV Jo Clinton Davis said, 'The documentary offers viewers a unique and rare insight into the true passions in Prince William's life - Africa, wildlife conservation and, above all, his family.' The programme set to feature exclusive footage of his visit with the Duchess of Cambridge to the inaugural Tusk Conservation Awards, due to take place on the 12th September. 

The occasion will also mark the couples first appearance since they were last seen coming out of the hospital. The audience peak for the live news coverage reached 4.9 million across BBC One, BBC News and Sky News. But it was ITV who had the highest rating of all the UK channels for their live coverage of the baby leaving the hospital. No doubt we will see a similar surge in views with the documentary.

The Duke of Cambridge also revealed he will step down from his post as RAF Search and Rescue Pilot in Anglesey. Speaking to the public yesterday, he said, 'I know that both of us will miss [Anglesey] terribly when my Search and Rescue tour of duty comes to an end next month and we have to move elsewhere. From the bottom of my heart, thank you for making my wife and me so welcome when we arrived here, as you do thousands of visitors each year.'