William struggles to juggle as he marks Galway’s year of culture

The Duke of Cambridge showed off his juggling skills to the delight of his wife as they celebrated Galway's year as the European Capital of Culture.

William kept three balls in the air with ease, revealing a career in the circus is always an option for the future king.

But when a fourth was added the gravity defying display quickly came to an end and, when the balls tumbled to the ground, the couple laughed.

The duke and duchess, who wore a dress by Suzannah, were in good spirits despite their arrival in Galway being delayed by over an hour due to foggy conditions in Dublin which delayed their helicopter flight.

Galway will see over 1,900 events across more than 150 projects during 2020 with local and international artists taking part in the year-long culture festival.

The royal couple are coming to the end of a three-day tour of Ireland, and visited the city's Tribeton, a bar and eatery, to learn about acts like Galway Community Circus and the basketball project Hoops which will be featured during the year.