Prince William has named the new Lagan Search and Rescue lifeboat 'The Ray of Hope' as part of his one-day visit to Belfast.
During his first stop in the city, he met staff at the mental health charity Inspire - which focuses on promoting wellbeing for all across the island of Ireland.
He also met service workers and counsellors from a number of Inspire's different programmes, before officially opening the charity's new offices at Lombard House.
He later travelled to the Titanic Quarter to see the work of Lagan Search and Rescue.
The Duke was treated to a live demonstration of a rescue mission in the harbour which included the deployment of a lifeboat, a quayside response and rescue swimmers.
He also met with some of the crew of the Northern Ireland Air Ambulance service, before officially naming a new lifeboat on behalf of Lagan Search and Rescue.
The Duke is due to attend a private dinner for the Irish Guards Association on Monday evening.
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