Earlier in the day, the couple visited the Irish Football Association in Belfast, where the couple learned about the organisation's outreach program such as Shooting Stars, which encourages young girls to participate in the sport, and Ahead of the Game, which supports clubs and volunteers dealing with mental health issues. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are known advocates for fighting the stigma against mental illnesses.
Later, they stopped by Fermanagh, where they became acquainted with the charity Extern at Roscor Youth Village, a residential centre for children referred by social workers or the Department of Justice. "The site provides a safe space to help and support these young people, with particular emphasis on outdoor activities and developing independent living skills," the Palace said.
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