Prince William

Duke and Duchess surprise Radio 1 DJ

Adele Roberts is running the London Marathon in aid of charity Heads Together, which is supported by Prince William and Catherine.

"Huge thanks to people like Adele," Prince William told hosts Scott Mills and Chris Stark.

The prince also revealed he had previously texted in to Radio 1, under an assumed name.

Along with song requests, he's also asked for - and got - a shout out from former Radio 1 DJ Sara Cox.

Speaking about their mental health campaign, Prince William described how "eye-opening" the experience had been.

Prince William says keeping a stiff upper lip can damage health

He said he wanted his children to grow up able to express their feelings.

Prince William has also teamed up with pop star Lady Gaga - in a video call they spoke about the importance of people talking about their struggles.

It comes after Prince Harry revealed he sought help after nearly 20 years "not thinking" about the death of their mother, Diana, Princess of Wales.

'Tipping point'

Gaga and Prince William team up over mental health

The singer, who headlined Coachella Festival on Saturday, had a frank chat with the Duke of Cambridge from LA.

William contacted the star after reading her open letter about living with post-traumatic stress disorder.

Over the weekend, Prince Harry revealed that he had counselling after his mother Princess Diana's death.

Prince William, Kate meet Paris attacks survivors

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge praised the courage of two French army members, who described their injuries and the effects the attacks had on their lives.

"You're very brave," Kate told them.

The royal couple also met World War II veterans during a visit to Les Invalides military hospital in Paris.

They toured the Impressionists Gallery at the Musee d'Orsay before watching a rugby match between France and Wales.

Princes take rugby rivalry to a new level

With the Queen now aged 90, Prince Harry and Prince William will replace their grandmother as patrons of the English and Welsh rugby unions respectively, it was announced Tuesday.

Britain's long-serving monarch will step down as the patron of 25 UK organizations, including the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, the British Cycling Federation, the Institution of Civil Engineers and the Holocaust Memorial Trust.

Prince William and Duchess of Cambridge to move back to London

Prince William and his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, are to move their family back to the British capital this year as they look to increase their official work on behalf of the Queen, Kensington Palace said Friday.

Royals snubbed by indigenous leader

A prominent indigenous leader has expressed his frustration with the Canadian government by failing to turn up to events featuring the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on Monday and Tuesday.

Grand Chief Stewart Phillip, president of the Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs, was due to join the couple on stage during the 10th anniversary celebrations at the University of British Columbia on Tuesday, but pulled out that morning.

Kate Middleton and Prince William officially announce royal tour of Canada in September

Kate Middleton and Prince William have announced their Royal Tour of Canada for the end of September, which will include their first official

Prince William got scolded by Queen Elizabeth II and Prince George's reaction is perfect

During last weekend's Trooping the Color shows, the famous family was tending to their royal duties when Prince William was caught getting in trouble by Queen Elizabeth II—and it was absolutely precious. The fully suited prince was seen crouching down to speak to his adorable son, Prince George on the Buckingham Palace balcony, while the rest of his kin were standing up to address the crowd.

Prince William becomes the first royal to appear on cover of a gay publication

His Royal Highness, The Duke of Cambridge, will be on the cover of Attitude magazine next month.

The Duke invited the magazine to Kensington Palace along with nine members of the LGBT+ community.

He said: "No-one should be bullied for their sexuality or any other reason."

William wanted to hear their stories of homophobic, bi-phobic and transphobic bullying around mental health and the impact it had on them.