Prince William is in the middle of making not one, not two, but three different appearances in Northern England today, Nov. 22.
As patron of Centrepoint, the Duke of Cambridge first visited the Centrepoint's homeless youth charity center in Sunderland, which houses homeless individuals under the age of 25 and provides training to help young people overcome homelessness.
During his stop, the royal happily donned an apron and took part in a cooking lesson. He was also given a tour of the facility and met with a number of people currently living there.
Will then made his way to South Shields for the opening of the Haven Point leisure centre to tour the facilities, meet with local swimmers and watch water survival trainings.
And last but not least, Kate Middleton's husband will finish things up by participating in a monthly Diana Award Inspire Day training workshop where he'll meet with about 30 teenagers.
The Diana Award was set up in memory of his mother, Princess Diana, and her belief that young people have the power to change the world for the better. Each month, the Diana Awards host training events, which inspire, challenge and empower young people into social action.