The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wore 3D glasses as they watched the latest film by naturalist and broadcaster Sir David Attenborough.
Prince William has stepped into the row over racism in football, saying there is "sadly more work to do" to eradicate it from the game.
The Duke of Cambridge has vowed to take Prince George to watch his beloved football team, Aston Villa, at Villa Park in the future.
Audiences including the Duke of Cambridge will be treated to spectacular stunt displays this weekend at the annual British Military Tournament at London's Earl's Court.
Final rehearsals have been performed for the event, which raises money for three military charities, and this year celebrates heroes from British military history.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have attended the London premiere of the new film about the life of former South African president Nelson Mandela.
The Royal couple reached the red carpet just over an hour after the stars of the film, including Idris Elba and Naomie Harris, arrived.
Once inside, William and Kate met Cinema and Television Benelovent Fund trustees, beneficiaries, Mr Mandela's daughter and members of the film's cast and crew.
Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom is due to be released on January 3 in the UK.
The Duke of Cambridge has indulged his love of motorbikes with a visit to Britain's biggest bike show in Birmingham.
Prince William astonished thousands of bike fans at Motorcycle Live who crowded round to watch and take pictures of the royal as he sat astride a variety of models.
The Duke has been a keen biker from a young age and currently owns a 1199cc Ducati.
The Duke of Cambridge admitted he is a "useless" video gamer today as he launched Bafta's Give Something Back appeal.
Hailing the UK's gaming industry as "one of the strongest in the world", he said: "I for one, as an enthusiastic but quite useless gamer, look forward to playing the weird and wonderful games which these young people dream up in the future."
William then road-tested several games including Vacuum Panic at Bafta's Young Game Designers Workshop.
"I'm not cleaning particularly well, I'm just going around in circles," he told its designer Charlie Hutton-Pattermore
The Duke of Cambridge confided in the newly-knighted Sir Tony Robinson that he would be prepared to appear in Blackadder if there is a new series.
Sir Tony, who played the downtrodden dogsbody Baldrick in the show, told reporters: "He said that he was a big fan of Blackadder and was there going to be another series? I said we have always talked about it.
"I said to him 'Would you be prepared to be in it?' He said 'Yes' like a shot".
Sir Tony, who was knighted for public and political service, said he experienced a "Baldrick" moment during the investiture ceremony, forgetting to bow to Prince William at the outset and then "going the wrong way" after he had been knighted.
The Duke of Cambridge has arrived at the Millennium Stadium to watch Wales play South Africa for the Prince William Cup.
William, vice patron of the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU), arrived at Cardiff Heliport this afternoon ahead of the hotly anticipated 5.30pm match.
In a statement before the match, William - who will present the Prince William Cup following the match - described the Welsh side as "special".
"It has been an amazing year for Welsh rugby with our triumph at the Six Nations and the Welsh contribution to the British and Irish Lions' historic success in Australia."
William added that he was glad the WRU was taking the time to honour veterans with poppies and a minute's silence, ahead of Remembrance Sunday.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stunned hundreds of commuters in London today as they joined poppy sellers at a tube station.
The royal couple travelled on a Routemaster bus to High Street Kensington station where they met military personnel and volunteers supporting London Poppy Day.
William and Kate were swamped by members of the public taking pictures as they walked along the high street to the station's entrance hall.
Some 2,000 uniformed personnel, veterans and their supporters are hitting the capital's streets today for the Royal British Legion appeal ahead of Remembrance Sunday.
The Duke of Cambridge said tonight there is "sadly more work to do" to stop racism in football.
Speaking at a gala dinner to mark the 150th anniversary of the Football Association, Prince William praised the organisations attempting to remove discrimination from the game.
"I am proud of the work of Kick it Out, which is also celebrating an anniversary - its 20th - this year," said the royal, who is also the president of the association.
"There is sadly more work to do, but it is heartening to see how seriously the FA takes stamping the blight of racism and discrimination out of football."
His comments came after Manchester City's Yaya Toure complained of fans making monkey noises during his team's midweek Champions League victory over CSKA Moscow in Russia.