The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge travel to Yorkshire on Wednesday, November 14, to a Centrepoint hostel in Barnsley, housing and assisting teens and young adults.
The prince continues the work of Princess Diana, who was the patron of the charity. In 2009, he spent a night on a London street with the CEO of Centrepoint as temperatures dropped to -4 ° C to better understand the plight of the harsh sleepers.
It comes after the Duke says his father's heavy workload can sometimes prevent him from spending time with his three grandchildren, saying, "The man never stops."
In a BBC documentary that coincides with the heir of the throne's 70th birthday, Prince William was asked if his father had enough time to go over his diary with Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, who spent seven days in him busy the week.
William said, "I think he has the time, but I want him to spend more time with the kids."
Centrepoint aims to give young people a leg and help them get back into education, training or work.
In the past, the Duke volunteered at a hostel where he sat down with teenagers to discuss their circumstances, review their plans, and clarify their entitlement to housing benefits.
He was named patron of Centrepoint in 2015 after being introduced to life by his deceased mother for the first time.
He remembered the days when he visited the center with Princess Diana and said, "This example of selfless service that Centrepoint represents has stayed with me, and that's why I wanted to be associated with the first charity."
As part of the couple's visit to Yorkshire, they will also travel to Rotherham to open a £ 50 million McLaren factory producing lightweight carbon fiber car tubs.
A source from the Kensington Palace told the Sun: "As a normal working day, Duke and Duchess have official commitments during the day to visit important projects in South Yorkshire.
"These were of course cleared up with Clarence House to make sure they did not collide with birthday parties."