The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have had a busy few days visiting Wales and various community projects…

Prince William and Duchess Katherine were welcomed at the Royal National Lifeboat Institution Mumbles Lifeboat station – one of Wales’ busiest RNLI lifeboat stations. Here they spoke to crew members about day-to-day life as part of a team which provides 24-hour rescue services to those facing difficulties at sea.

They also had a chance to taste freshly churned gelato at Joe’s Ice Cream Parlour.

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Britain’s Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge visit Joe’s Ice Cream Parlour in the Mumbles Swansea, Wales, on Tuesday Feb. 4, 2020. (Arthur Edwards/The Sun via AP)

 

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Britain’s Kate, Duchess of Cambridge talks to parents and children as she visits Joe’s Ice Cream Parlour in the Mumbles Swansea, Wales, with Prince William on Tuesday Feb. 4, 2020. (Arthur Edwards/The Sun via AP)

 

The royal couple were given a set of boxing gloves for each of their three children from the Bulldogs Development Centre which helps to support young people in the community who may have been affected by adverse childhood experiences and mental health issues, and gives them a sense of belonging through fitness and boxing.

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Britain’s Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge meet with young people during a visit to the Bulldogs boxing club in Port Talbot, South Wales, Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020. The club helps support young people in the community who have been affected by adverse childhood experiences and mental health issues. (Rowan Griffiths/Pool photo via AP)

 

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Britain’s Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge arrive for a visit to the Bulldogs boxing club in Port Talbot, South Wales, Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020. The club helps support young people in the community who have been affected by adverse childhood experiences and mental health issues. (Rowan Griffiths/Pool photo via AP)
Mental health awareness

On Wednesday, the Duke attended a table football tournament at the Heist Bank bar in Paddington, central London, to launch the Heads Up Weekends initiative. The tournament uses football to start conversations on mental health.

Prince William’s team was victorious in their game which included players and staff from England’s top leagues.

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Britain’s Prince William, centre right, shakes hands with an unidentified man, as he plays a table football match during the launch of the Heads Up Weekends, in London, Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2020. The prince who is President of the Football Association (FA), attended a special event in London to launch The Heads Up Weekends, which will see every football team from all the leagues dedicate their matches to Heads Up, to highlight the importance of talking about mental health. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein, Pool)
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Britain’s Prince William, reacts as he plays a table football match, during the launch of the Heads Up Weekends, in London, Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2020. The prince who is President of the Football Association (FA), attended a special event in London to launch The Heads Up Weekends, which will see every football team from all the leagues dedicate their matches to Heads Up, to highlight the importance of talking about mental health. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein, Pool)