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Last night's awards honoured the achievements of young people who have overcome homelessness at a reception at Kensington Palace, attended by celebrity supporters of the charity, including actress Emilia Clarke, TV presenter Jonathan Ross, and Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes.

In a lighter moment William joked with one of the guests about the forthcoming addition to his family, as wife. The future king added, "Two is fine, I don't know how I'm going to cope with three, I'm going to be permanently exhausted".

When Raymond suggested he could save time by having twins, William replied, "Twins?"

The Prince speaks to students about body image and mental health.

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He also warned against communicating with friends exclusively on the Internet or via text message: "Unless you punctuate it correctly-I'm not the best at punctuation and I'm not the grammar police, either-you can read it in 100 different ways".

Prince George and Princess Charlotte are joining the rest of the nation's children in breaking up for half term this week and looking set to enjoy some quality time with their parents Kate Middleton and Prince William.

Helping the homelessness was a lesson, Princess Diana tried to instill in her sons from an early age.

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Speaking to the class from the stage, William revealed his fears about cyberbullying and the online pressures facing young teenagers today.

That being said, in relation to the speculations that he and Kate are expecting double, William said one at a time is hard enough!

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"Through its hostels, its partner charities and the Centrepoint Helpline".

The Duke of Cambridge has said he is "disappointed and frustrated" by the threat homelessness still poses to the lives and futures of young people in the United Kingdom one of the world's richest countries.

"However, for me, tonight is one of sharply contrasting emotions".

The Centrepoint awards, which are being held for the third time, recognises young people for their efforts in personal development, sport and education.