Prince Harry has been in the region for a second day as part of his tour of West Yorkshire.
This morning he visited the home of a mother of five in Leeds, whose youngest son has a serious illness.
Elizabeth McOmish-Rooney's garden is being transformed by the charity WellChild to make it safe for five-year-old Oliver to play with his siblings.
The prince chatted to the family and the volunteers working on the project.
He then concluded his two day visit to the region with a visit to the Haribo factory in Castleford.
He was given a tour of the factory which opened in 2015 and met workers from the company's sites in Castleford and Pontefract. At the end of the visit he was presented with his own bag of specially produced "Harry Mix" - jelly sweets in the shape of his face!