Royals Prince William Receives Special Souvenirs for George, Charlotte and Louis During Trip to Scotland The Duke of Cambridge received a surprise gift of personalized soccer jerseys for his three children By Simon Perry Published on May 12, 2022 10:22 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Prince William. Photo: Jane Barlow - WPA Pool/Getty Images Prince William and Kate Middleton will be coming home with a few gifts for their three children from their two-day tour of Scotland. On Thursday, William visited Edinburgh's Heart of Midlothian Football Club to support the mental health program, The Changing Room, which uses soccer as an opportunity to bring men together to tackle mental health and emotional wellbeing. During the outing, the Duke of Cambridge met with participants of the program and the professionals providing support as he toured Tynecastle Stadium. He also received a surprise gift for his kids: personalized Midlothian soccer jerseys! The shirts were personalized with each of his children's names — Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. Prince William. Alamy Stock Photo The royal siblings have a sweet way of keeping tabs on their parents when they are traveling for work. George sticks pins on a map and shares them with his younger sister and brother. "We let them know where we are and he finds us on the map and puts a pin in it and shares with the others," Prince William revealed during the couple's recent tour of the Caribbean. Kate Middleton and Prince William Are in Scotland! Why Their Royal Titles Change When They're in the Country Prince William. Alamy Stock Photo William's outing on Thursday was especially poignant as it comes during Mental Health Awareness Week in the U.K. On Wednesday, William and Kate highlighted mental health initiatives during their visit to Glasgow. Kate Middleton and Prince William Pay Tribute to BBC Host Deborah James in Rare Personal Message Big Hearts Community Trust, the charity associated with Heart of Midlothian Football Club, was one of two pilot organizations to participate in The Changing Room. During the visit, William had the chance to participate in a "walk and talk" around Tynecastle Stadium, which is a core part of the 12-week program. Prince William. Jane Barlow - WPA Pool/Getty Images "We were delighted to welcome the Duke of Cambridge to The Changing Room today; it is a program that we are immensely proud of, and that we know has made a difference to so many men's lives," said Billy Watson, chief executive of SAMH. "The Changing Room shows us that while men sometimes struggle to talk about how they feel; when the environment is right, and when men feel supported, they are not just good at talking, they are actually great at it." The soccer club's focus on mental well-being ties in with William's Heads Up campaign, which ran from 2019 to 2020 via the Football Association in England and Wales to help harness the wide-reaching popularity of soccer to create a conversation about mental health among fans, players, friends and families. Prince William. Alamy Stock Photo Can't get enough of PEOPLE's Royals coverage? Sign up for our free Royals newsletter to get the latest updates on Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle and more! "The Duke is passionate about using the power of football as a vehicle to promote good mental health," his office at Kensington Palace says. "The campaign helped show the nation that we all have mental health and it is just as important as physical health. It culminated in the signature of the 'Mentally Healthy Football' declaration, which saw the football family commit to building a mentally healthy culture at all levels of the game, now and for future generations."