KATE Middleton and Prince William today stepped out together to meet with survivors of the Grenfell Tower tragedy.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will also speak to people caught up in the horrific Westminster Bridge terror attack as they raise awareness for the work done by emergency services.
The royals, both 37, were pictured arriving at the launch of the National Emergencies Trust at St-Martin-in-the-Fields, London, this morning.
The trust was set up in the wake of a string of tragedies, including the five killed in the Westminster Bridge attack in March 2017 and the 72 lives lost in the Grenfell blaze just three months later.
It is set to be an emotional engagement for the pair as they speak to survivors.
Prince William had been enlisted for the launch, however wife Kate was a surprise announcement on Tuesday.
The parents – whose eldest two children Prince George, six, and Princess Charlotte, four, both go to school, had taken a short break from royal duties during half-term.
The couple had previously attended a service for those killed in the Grenfell tragedy, with Kate even bringing presents to families who lost their homes.
The National Emergencies Trust works to deal with fundraising and fund distribution after disasters.
It’s not the first time the royal family has been involved in supporting those affected by the tragedy.
Meghan Markle helped raise more than 500,00 after helping to launch the Together community cookbook.
The Duchess of Sussex had made several private visits to the community kitchen and the cookbook was her first solo project as a royal.
It comes after the Queen yesterday helped to pitch in as she visited the Royal British Legion Industries ahead of Remembrance Day.
The Queen waved to crowds as she stepped out of her limousine wearing a long coat of deep purple and matching hat.
The 93-year-old also helped bury a time capsule which will be opened in 100 years time.