Prince William will take to video messaging service Skype on Thursday (04Apr13) to speak with young people on an employability exchange program in the Netherlands.
The Duke of Cambridge and his pregnant wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge are set to visit charity Quarriers' Stopover youth homeless project in Glasgow, Scotland, and during the trip, the second-in-line to the British throne will log online to interact with members of the organisation's Way to Work initiative.
Quarriers chief executive Paul Moore says, "It's great that the young people currently in the Netherlands on the Quarriers/Way to Work programme will get the chance to 'meet' The Duke of Cambridge via Skype.
"This will have a huge positive impact on the lives of these three young people who have already had to overcome more obstacles than many their age. Everyone associated with Quarriers Stopover is honoured - and extremely excited - that Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have chosen to come to the project on their first-ever visit to Glasgow as a couple."