Royals praise charity for its work on mental health support

The Prince and Princess of Wales have hailed a charity for the work that they are carrying out concerning mental health support. William and Kate met staff, volunteers and young people at the Open Door charity's Bloom Building in Birkenhead, Wirral, whilst hearing about the work the organisation does to combine creative areas such as art and music with mental health support for young people. It was the second of their two engagements in Liverpool on Thursday. On departure, a reporter asked Prince William if he had had a chance to read his brother Harry's book 'Spare'.