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May 13, 2015 07:35 AM

Prince William is set to leave the side of his wife Kate and little Princess Charlotte for his first royal outing since his second child was born.

The prince is heading to Switzerland for a United for Wildlife event on Monday, which kicks off a series of events and appearances.

William set up the United for Wildlife organization when he left the Royal Air Force in 2013 and has championed it both in the UK and the U.S. when he and Kate visited in December.

He will also visit the England women’s soccer squad on May 20 at the National Football Centre at St George’s Park as they prepare for the upcoming World Cup.

William, 32, will meet the team in their dressing room, see them train, line up for a photo and chat with coach Mark Sampson five days before they leave for the championships in Canada.

And he’ll also talk to senior player Fara Williams, who is Patron of the Homeless FA, and watch a Homeless FA staff training session. Homeless FA is a part of Centrepoint, the homelessness charity of which William is Patron.

The prince, who is President of the Football Association, the governing body of the sport in England and Wales, opened St. George’s Park with Kate, 33, in 2012.

More outings are set to be confirmed in the coming days, and William will head back to work at East Anglian Air Ambulance on June 1.

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