Prince Harry will follow in his mother's footsteps to support brain injury charity Headway as he opens the charity's new home in Nottingham today.
During his visit, the Prince will meet people who have been directly affected by brain injury and will be offered the chance to take part in an interactive workshop designed to provide people with an insight into the difficulties people with brain injury can face.
It will be the Prince Harry's first official engagement in the city of Nottingham, he will also visit a youth centre and a recording studio.
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