Prince William was his usual charming self when he visited a Centrepoint hostel in London on Tuesday. The royal met with several young people and took part in a fun Post-It note guessing game with one of the groups. The hostel is run by one of UK's leading homeless youth charities for 16- to 25-year-olds and holds a special place in William's heart; his mother, Princess Diana, had been a champion of the charity when she was alive. William was first introduced to the issue of homelessness by Diana, and he now serves as the patron of Centrepoint. His adorable outing comes just a couple days after William attended morning church service at St. Mary Magdalene with Kate Middleton and Queen Elizabeth II.