5 Things Prince William and Duchess Kate Did in NYC Today

Rubbing elbows with celebs, taking in a dance performance and more.

— -- Day two of Will and Kate's New York City trip was just as action-packed as the first.

From a somber visit to the 9/11 Museum and Memorial to a glamorous appearance at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, here are five things the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge did during the last full day of their Big Apple tour.

5. They Hit the Met: Prince William and Duchess Kate first met during their time at the University of St. Andrews, so obviously, the school has a special place in their lives. To cap off their last full day in New York City, the royals attended the St. Andrews New York Gala Benefit, part of the university's 600th Anniversary Fundraising Campaign, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Duchess Kate wore a dark green crepe, pleated, off-the-shoulder Jenny Packham dress.

2. Prince William Gave Out His Contact Info to a Young New Yorker: After learning about the Door and the CityKids Foundation, programs that serve disadvantaged youth in New York City, Prince William and Duchess Kate were treated to a performance featuring singing, dancing and storytelling. One young man's story touched Prince William so much so that he gave him his contact information. "They brought hope to me," 22-year-old Steven Prescod said. "I had a low period in my life and never in a million years did I expect I would be performing for the Duke and Duchess."

1. They Paid Tribute to Victims of 9/11: For their first stop of the day, Prince William and Duchess Kate visited the 9/11 Memorial, where the pregnant royal left a bouquet and a note that read, "In sorrowful memory of those who died on 11th September and in admiration of the courage shown to rebuild."