Prince William, Duke of Cambridge
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The royal couple heard about the support young people in the city have needed during lockdown.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been enjoying some sports during their visit to Wolverhampton.
At the Way Youth Zone, they both tried their hand at table tennis.Copyright: PA MediaCopyright: PA Media
Prince William also played some football while at the centre.Copyright: PA Media
Here are some more photos from the visit of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge enjoying their visit to Wolverhampton.
They've been in the city to hear about programmes to help the emotional well being of young people and to give them the skills to deal with life.Copyright: PA MediaCopyright: PA MediaCopyright: PA Media
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been spending the day in Wolverhampton, learning about projects to support the wellbeing of young people.
William and Kate started with a visit to The Way Youth Zone, an organisation that provides sports, arts and recreation activities and they joined a session for the young people there.Copyright: PA Media
The visit was arranged to coincide with Mental Health Awareness Week, an annual event hosted by the Mental Health Foundation,
This year's theme is the role nature can play in improving psychological wellbeing.
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The Duke of Cambridge has visited Croydon custody centre to pay his respects to Sgt Matt Ratana, who was shot and killed while on duty in September last year.
During the visit, Prince William met and spoke with Sgt Ratana's partner and some of his friends and colleagues.
Insp Wil Ajose-Adeogun, who was the officer's line manager and close friend, said meeting the duke had "brought back many fond memories of Matt, his enormous energy, his sense of duty and his overwhelming kindness".
"His personality was the life and sound of Croydon custody centre and we all miss him dearly,” he said.Copyright: PA Media
Staff at a charity which helps those feeling isolated said they intially thought the royal visit was a joke.
On their tenth wedding anniversary, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have thanked people for their support over the years.