Prince William has a penchant for walking in another person’s shoes.
The royal, who spent a night in December on the cold streets of London to experience homelessness, recently gave up one of his senses to better empathize with service men and women in Wales.
He allowed himself to be blindfolded to simulate what it would be like to lose his vision. He participated in an archery lesson as well to further engross himself in the challenges facing the blind.
The exercise was part of his visit to St. Dunstan’s, which is a specialist center for blind ex-members of the armed forces.