Prince William, Kate Middleton plan Skid Row visit in Los Angeles
The royals plan to make a stop at Skid Row, the 50-square block area of Los Angeles that houses more than 4,000 homeless people. According to the Associated Press, Wills and Kate will stop off at Inner-City Arts, a non-profit academy that gives kids from the lower end of the socio-economic ladder free classes in the arts.
While in California, the couple will also visit a Santa Barbara polo ground where, per the Los Angeles Times, a plastic surgeon will be standing by in the event Wills is bashed in the noggin by another player.
The couple will reportedly be staying in the Hancock Park neighborhood -- far away from downtown's Skid Row -- in a home designed by Wallace Neff. The 7,000 square foot home has been owned by the British Consulate since 1957.
On Saturday, the couple is due to attend a black-tie dinner in support of BAFTA (the British Academy for Film and Telivision Arts) that will, we're sure, be star-studded.
On their last day in Canada, Kate and Wills visited a rodeo demonstration in Calgary.