Prince William and Kate Middleton brought their smiles and joyful spirit to the rural communities of Moray, Scotland on Thursday.
The royal couple, also known as the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay during their time in Scotland, began their day by meeting with the team behind Outfit Moray.
Prince William and Kate Middleton in Scotland
This admirable charity works to support the mental health of local youth through outdoor adventures.
During their visit to Burghead Primary School, William and Kate learned about the confidence-building activities offered by Outfit Moray.
The organization helps vulnerable young people between the ages of 8 and 18 develop life skills and improve their overall well-being.
Through activities such as mountain biking, kayaking, archery, etc., more than 16,000 young people have received training since 2003.
The Princes were delighted to see the programs in action. With their helmets on, they took a lap around an obstacle course set up for a mountain biking session.
William and Kate also saw demonstrations of the charity’s work with schools, such as cycling and first aid courses.
Interacting with young people and coaches, the royal couple heard inspiring stories of how Outfit Moray has influenced their lives.
From confidence building, bonding, and access to outdoor activities they have transformed the mental health of many participants.
Before leaving, William and Kate received teddy bears as gifts for George, Charlotte, and Louis.
The Prince and Princess of Wales thanked the Outfit Moray team for their significant work in supporting Scotland’s rural youth. With broad smiles and cheerful spirits, Kate and William demonstrated their commitment to improving the lives of young people.