The Duke of Cambridge has highlighted the work of a mental health charity and the emergency services during a visit to Belfast.
William's afternoon of engagements in the city took in the Inspire charity and later saw him observe search and rescue training on the River Lagan.
The Duchess of Cambridge, who is pregnant with the couple's third child, did not accompany her husband on the trip to Northern Ireland.
During his visit to the Inspire social enterprise in the city centre he met mental health counsellors and service users before officially opening the charity's new offices.
He was presented with two paintings by world-renowned children's illustrator Oliver Jeffers - one for Prince George and the other for Princess Charlotte.