Prince William says being a dad to 2 kids is exhausting

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He joked that he has been trying to get as much rest as possible before the baby arrives.

When Stoner teased William that he could save time by having twins, the second in line to the throne replied, "Twins?" I think my mental health would be tested with twins, reports Daily Mail.

Britain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge meets young people who have benefited from the Centrepoint charity on his arrival to present the 2018 Centrepoint Awards and deliver a speech at Kensington Palace in London, Feb. 8, 2018. "I'm going to be permanently exhausted".

The organisation, which turns 50 next year, provides physical and mental health support to 16 to 25 year-olds to people who are homeless.

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William is following in the footsteps of his mother, the late Princess Diana, as Royal Patron of Centrepoint Charity, which raises awareness about homelessness.

William added that he had witnessed, first hand, "the extraordinary courage of so many of Centrepoint's young people in rising to meet such seemingly insurmountable challenges in their lives".

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

'The touched-up pictures are not real, ' he said. "There's a lot of fakeness online so don't worry about that".

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The duke attended the Centrepoint Awards after he and rapper Professor Green had joined forces to surprise hundreds children at a school in London for a special talk on mental health.

Recalling the visits to the Centrepoint services as a child, the duke said: "That example of selfless service that Centrepoint represents has stayed with me, and that is why it was the first charity that I wanted to be associated with'".

"You've had difficulties and you've come through them".

With boy band The Vamps also in the audience, William said that he and Professor Green had grown up without the influence of the online world, which he described as a "whole new sphere".

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