Prince William began the New Year by meeting with several homeless youth in London.
As a royal patron of the Centrepoint non-profit organization, which runs 24-hour hostels for homeless youth aged 16-25 across London, Bradford and Sunderland, the Duke of Cambridge, who has been involved with the charity since 2005, paid a visit to one of the organization’s London-based hostels on Monday.
During his visit, the 34-year-old father of two played games with various youth and listened to some of their stories. In one game, Prince William was seen playing a variation of Heads Up, where he had David Beckham’s name written on a sticky note that was put to his forehead and through a series of questions he had to guess the name.
According to the Centrepoint website, Prince William has been involved with the charity since he was young, visiting the organization with his mother Princess Diana, who was also heavily involved.