Jan. 7 - The heir to the British throne is taking classes at Cambridge University. Alicia Powell reports.
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Britain's Prince William has begun a ten week agricultural management course at Cambridge University.
The course will involve 18 to 20 hours of lectures, seminars and meetings, on top of essays and field trips.
The class is part of the Cambridge Program for Sustainability Leadership, whose patron is William's father, Prince Charles.
The intensive training will force William to cut back on some of his royal duties and spend nights away from his wife, Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge and their new baby boy.
Kensington Palace says 2014 is a "transitional" year for William, who left the Royal Air Force last year.
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