The Prince and Princess of Wales will visit a former London 2012 venue to celebrate the 10th anniversary of a sporting charity.
William and Kate will travel to the Copper Box Arena in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in east London to attend an event with Coach Core.
The charity aims to create the next generation of sports coaches who will inspire their own communities.
The couple will have the opportunity to meet some of the young people the charity works with and get a taste of the sports courses on offer and how they can make a difference in young people’s lives. William and Kate’s Royal Foundation launched the Coach Core program the same year that the Olympic and Paralympic Games were hosted in the capital, to contribute to the legacy of the ideals of the events and in response to the London riots.
Coach Core is now an independent charity that has supported more than 750 underprivileged young people to become community sports coaches.
Ambassadors for the organization include England and Manchester City women’s captain Steph Houghton, gymnast Max Whitlock – a six-time Olympic medalist – and tennis coach Judy Murray.