The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will visit North Wales today, where they used to live after they were first married.

William and Kate, the proud uncle and aunt of the royal family's latest addition, will visit Caernarfon and Anglesey during the day-long visit.

The royal visitors, who said they hope to meet the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's newborn son in the next few days, will first visit the Caernarfon Coastguard Search and Rescue Helicopter Base.

Until 2015, search and rescue operated out of RAF Valley on Anglesey, where the duke worked as an RAF search and rescue pilot between 2010 and 2013.

They will view the Coastguard's new Sikorsky S92 helicopters, and meet members of the search and rescue team, many of whom previously worked alongside the duke at RAF Valley.

William and Kate will then join a discussion with crew members about the mental health challenges that result from working as first responders, and will also meet staff from the Wales Air Ambulance, which operates next door to Caernarfon Search and Rescue.

Next they will visit the island of Anglesey to travel to Halen Mon Anglesey Sea Salt, a thriving local business which has been operating for more than two decades, and which won the Queen's Award for Sustainability in 2017.

The duke and duchess will see the salt-making process from hand harvesting to packaging, and will learn more about Halen Mon's collaborations with other local food producers and their involvement in community initiatives.