Prince William is one busy royal!
Kate Middleton's hubby has scheduled three new upcoming appearances, Kensington Palace announced today.
Among the three appearances, which will all take place in Northern England on Nov. 22, Will will visit the Centrepoint's homeless youth charity center in Sunderland, which houses homeless under the age of 25 and provides training to help young people overcome homelessness. He'll meet with youth staying at the center and also learn how Centrepoint is working together with The Prince's Trust, the youth charity founded by his father Prince Charles.
William's second appearance will be the opening of the Haven Point leisure center in South Shields where he'll tour the facilities, meet with local swimmers and watch water survival trainings (fun fact: Will is the patron of the English School's Swimming Association).
Lastly, Prince George's daddy will participate in a monthly Diana Award Inspire Day training workshop where he'll meet with 30 teenagers.
The Diana Award was set up in memory of the Duke of Cambridge's 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.
Yesterday, Will and Kate both stepped out in London to attend a Poppy Day charity event.