Prince William made three official appearances in Birmingham, England, on Friday, showing off his skills as a new dad while meeting with kids at different spots. First, the Duke of Cambridge stopped by St Basils, a charity group that helps to support homeless youth. He met with the staff and young residents, touring the facilities and learning more about the End Youth Homelessness Alliance. From there, the Duke of Cambridge headed to the new Library of Birmingham for a kids reading group, joining the little ones for story time. Finally, Prince William will visit the Summerfield Community Center to meet with families who were affected by the 2011 riots, having visited the area days after the riots two years ago.
Prince William's big day in Birmingham comes just after he took the stage with Taylor Swift and Bon Jovi to sing "Livin' on a Prayer." Although his wife, Kate Middleton, didn't attend the event earlier this week, she stepped out for the SportsAid gala in London on Thursday night. As a patron of the popular charity, Kate served as the guest of honor. Her next royal appearance will come on Dec. 5, when she and Prince William are scheduled to attend the London premiere of Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.