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See what happened when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Stewards Academy - and rushed to help a dignitary who fell over.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arriving at Stewards Academy in Harlow, where the couple, promoting their Heads Together campaign, were finding out how young people are coping with life's pressures. Pic: John Stillwell/PA Wire
The Duke of Cambridge is welcomed to Essex by Jonathan Douglas-Hughes, the county's Vice Lord-Lieutenant.
The Duke of Cambridge comes to the rescue after the Vice Lord-Lieutenant of Essex took a tumble on a wet pavement. Pic: John Stillwell/PA Wire
Mr Douglas-Hughes, who was wearing his ceremonial uniform complete with sword, fell backwards as the Duke was introduced to local dignitaries. Pic: Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment
Mr Douglas-Hughes turned to William and said "Sorry about that", and the Duke replied "No, it's all right". Pic: Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment
A gasp went up from around 30 well-wishers as he landed on his back and he was helped to his feet by William and others.
Waving to crowds of students at Stewards Academy.
The Duchess of Cambridge arrives in Harlow. Pic: Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment
The Duchess looked stylish in a blue floral dress.
The Duke and Duchess were tour Stewards Academy in Harlow, as it's one of the schools supported by children's mental health charity Place2Be, a part of the Heads Together initiative.