On the 4th of October 2017, It was announced that William had arrived in Belfast for a day of engagements. Usually with royal visits to Northern Ireland, they aren’t announced until the day off or when the royal has already arrived in the place they will visit. Williams first visit was to Inspire. Set up in 1955, Inspire is a charity which promotes wellbeing across all of Northern Ireland and reaches over 1,500 people a week. While here, William met with students who have worked on a campaign with inspire called “Change your Mind”, this is an anti-stigma campaign. To finish off his visit, William officially opened the Lombard House building. After a quick walkabout in the rain, William started his second visit of the day to Belfast Titanic Quarter. Here he named the new lifeboat ‘Ray of Hope’. That evening William attended the Irish Guards Dinner at Baronscourt, County Tyrone.