William gives update on Kate and the children during Newcastle visit

Prince William told Royal fans the family were ‘doing well’ (Picture: North News)

Prince William told Royal fans Kate and the children are ‘doing well’ as he left suicide prevention centre James’ Place in Newcastle this afternoon.

Royal supporters draped in union jack flags and clutching flowers gathered outside the charity in brilliant sunshine to greet the future monarch.

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Addressing the King’s son Julie Cain, 60, said: ‘Do you mind if I ask how your wife and children are?’

William replied: ‘All doing well, thank you. Yes, we’re doing well.’

The heir to the throne shook hands with the well wishers and was happy to pose for selfies with those who asked.

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