Kate Middleton and Prince William heading to North Wales next week for new royal engagements

The royal couple will carry out some royal engagements in North Wales on Friday, November 20.

A representative told People magazine that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are “delighted to be going back.”

Their Royal Highnesses, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have lately been heavily focusing in drawing attention to the importance of mental health issues.

Their first engagement of the day will be visiting a photography project administered by a local mental health charity, Mind, which offers young people the opportunity to talk about their experiences and struggles.

The royal parents-of-two are also set to visit GISDA, a charity that offers support to homeless youngsters.

Among the visits to be undertaken next week by the royals there is also one at the Clwyd’s Men’s Shed center which helps vulnerable people maintain their mental health and well-being, and another will be at the education center run by Mountain Rescue England and Wales, where the Duke is a patron.

Prince William and Duchess Kate are also set to visit India in the spring of 2016, Kensington Palace announced yesterday.

So far, it is unknown whether their two adorable young children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, will join them.

Prince George definitely stole the show when he made his public appearance in April 2014 with his parents during their touring in Australia and New Zealand.