Prince Harry will visit Manchester today to see health workers helping those affected by the terror attack on the city.
Harry will visit the NHS Manchester Resilience Hub, set up as a dedicated mental health service for those affected by the suicide bombing of Manchester Arena on May 22 which left 22 dead and scores injured.
Before that his day-long visit to the city will begin with Harry returning to Canada Street in Newton Heath, which he visited two years ago as part of the BBC's DIY SOS project, to redevelop derelict homes for ex-service personnel.
Later he will travel across the city to Manchester City Football Club to drop in on a training session with local schoolchildren given by apprentice sports coaches.
His last engagement will be to attend a reception hosted by the Rugby Football League (RFL), where he will meet members of the England squad, as well as coaches such as Kevin Sinfield, Jamie Peacock, Denis Betts and Paul Sculthorpe along with support staff as they prepare for the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand this autumn.