William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay, to visit Moray this week
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THE Duke and Duchess of Rothesay will visit Moray later this week where they will meet organisations supporting young people in the region.
The pair will travel north on Thursday for two official engagements in the Burghead and Forres areas.
They will visit Outfit Moray first and will join the team at Burghead Primary School.
The charity provides outdoor learning and adventure activity programmes across the region and has worked with more than 16,000 young people from a vulnerable or disadvantaged background since launching in 2003.
Some of the young people to benefit from the charity's work will meet with the royal pair during the visit.
Following their visit to Burghead, they will travel to Brodieshill Farm near Forres to meet members from Lower Speyside Young Farmers and representatives from Farmstrong Scotland.
Both organisations work to promote mental wellbeing in rural communities and will discuss some of their work with the Duke and Duchess.
The visit comes after King Charles travelled to the region last month to tour the Tomintoul and Glenlivet Discovery Centre which has recently been refurbished.
He also visited an affordable housing development in the village and was greeted by crowds who had lined the streets.