Video report by ITV News Anglia's Sarah Cooper.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been in Luton today, to continue to raise awareness on mental health.
They first visited a new multi-million pound centre in Bute Mills, run by the the charity Youthscape, which works to support young people.
It reopened in April after a £3.2 million revamp.
It was part of flying visit to the town which also saw William and Kate visit Keech Hospice, to mark its 25-year anniversary and take a tour of the adult and child facilities.
It was also a chance to meet hospice staff and some of the residents.
There was flag waving and cheering to welcome the Royals to the town.
Some had even come all the way from America, just to get a glimpse of the Royal couple.
Their visit in Luton finished at engineering company Hayward Tyler.
It was to open a new development and present staff with the Queen's Award for Enterprise.