Prince William just added two more royal titles to his already impressive resume.
Over the weekend, Queen Elizabeth named the Duke of Cambridge patron of two wildlife conservation charities—Fauna & Flora International (which he took over from the queen) and the British Trust for Ornithology (which was handed down from Prince Philip). Her Majesty announced the exciting news on Twitter.
“Established in 1903, Fauna & Flora International @FaunaFloraInt is the world’s oldest international wildlife conservation organization,” one tweet read. “The Queen has held the role of Patron for almost seven decades.”