Prince William continues to fill up his calendar.
The Duke of Cambridge has scheduled three different engagements in Birmingham on the same day, Kensington Palace announced on Friday, Nov. 15.
Come Nov. 29, Kate Middleton's husband will first go to St. Basils to meet staff and young residents, tour the facilities and learn how it is working with the City of Birmingham and Centrepoint, of which William is patron, on the End Youth Homelessness Alliance. St. Basils works with young people aged 16-25 who are homeless or at risk of becoming so.
William will then head over to the Library of Birmingham to take part in a children's reading group, meet young entrepreneurs who use the library's facilities and hear a poetry recital.
Finally, the new dad will stop in at the Summerfield Community Centre and South and City College Birmingham to meet with community representatives and families affected by the 2011 deadly riots in Birmingham. He previously visited the area in 2011, in the days after the disturbances.
Ahead of his trip to Birmingham, though, the Duke has also scheduled appearances in Northern England on Nov. 22.
And on Dec. 5, he and his wife will attend the U.K. premiere of Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.