THE Duke and Duchess of Cambridge indulged in a little bit of dancing while visiting Coventry University.
The couple learned about the innovative training centre for nurses, midwives and paramedics when they opened the £59 million facility.
William and Kate enjoyed a tour of the institution’s new science and health building.
During the visit, the royal pair enthusiastically took part in a communications exercise to music.
Earlier, William and Kate began their day in the city by visiting Coventry Cathedral, which was destroyed by bombing during the Second World War but is now a symbol of hope and peace.
The Duchess, who is pregnant with her third child, shook hands and collected flowers from well-wishers.
Her growing bump was hidden under a bright pink double-breasted Mulberry coat.
The couple took part in the Coventry Litany of Reconciliation.
The litany is inspired by the story of Coventry Cathedral, aimed at healing the wounds of history and building a culture of peace.
The Cambridges also met members of the choir before having a cup of tea with staff and volunteers at the Rising Cafe, a social enterprise aimed at providing work and opportunity for those overcoming drug and alcohol addictions.
The Duke and Duchess will end their day by seeing first-hand the work of the Positive Youth Foundation in the city.
The organisation works with young people who find themselves living in challenging circumstances, from those excluded from school to others at risk from a range of social issues.
The royal couple will meet staff members, volunteers and young people supported by the service and watch music and boxing workshops.
The visit could be one of the last royal engagements for the Duchess ahead of the birth of the couple’s third child in April.
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