Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, is in Luton helping increase the number of schools playing the sport of rugby union.
The Duke is visiting Lealands High School where he's meeting students and coaches from five local schools.
The visit is part of the Rugby Football Union (RFU) All Schools programme aimed at introducing the sport in 750 additional schools and Lealands is the 750th school to join the scheme.
The RFU wants players to move from the school game to local rugby clubs.
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During the visit 60 students are taking part from Lealands High School, Challney Boys School, The Chiltern Academy, Lea Manor High School and Stopsley High School.
Prince Harry has been patron of the RFU since 2017 taking over the role from his grandmother, the Queen.
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The Duke was watching schools taking part in skills sessions and playing mixed touch rugby matches.
It's hoped the programme will help increase student activity levels as well as improve behaviour and attendance.
As a passionate supporter of the sport and the benefits it can provide for young people, Prince Harry regularly meets with rugby volunteers and students taking part in RFU All Schools.
The Duke trained as an Assistant Development Officer with the RFU as part of his gap year in 2004.
Once qualified, he went out to schools and clubs around the country assisting community rugby coaches to teach the game to young people.