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Will Smith helps out a teen with cancer on Will From Home

ensured a teen undergoing chemotherapy treatments would have an incredible in the season two premiere of his series Will From Home.

The 52-year-old actor was joined by his friend Jason Derulo, 31, to lighten up the mood of Aiden, a 14-year-old who was diagnosed with cancer in April.

While chatting virtually with him and his father Chuck, Will and Jason put on a dancing tutorial, before revealing a special Christmas present for Aiden. 

New seeason: Will Smith, 52, joined Jason Derulo, 31, to give a 14-year-old battling from cancer a special early Christmas gift on season two of Will From Home, released Monday on Snapchat

New seeason: Will Smith, 52, joined Jason Derulo, 31, to give a 14-year-old battling from cancer a special early Christmas gift on season two of Will From Home, released Monday on Snapchat

Aiden has had to undergo chemotherapy treatments throughout much of the pandemic, but his father isn't able to be by his side during the treatments due to COVID-19 safety procedures.

However, he's done his best to boost his son's spirits by dancing for

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    In a clip from the series, which can be watched on the Snapchat app, Aiden shows off some of the dance moves he has learned for Will and Jason, who burst out into laughter and cheers when he nails it.

    It's not all about who has the freshest moves, though, and Aiden is presented with a special Christmas gift from the Fresh Prince star. 

    Difficult time: Aiden was diagnosed with cancer in April and has been undergoing chemo treatments, but his father Chuck can't be with him due to COVID-19 safety procedures, so he dances from outside the room to raise his son's spirits

    Difficult time: Aiden was diagnosed with cancer in April and has been undergoing chemo treatments, but his father Chuck can't be with him due to COVID-19 safety procedures, so he dances from outside the room to raise his son's spirits

    Dancing up a storm: Will and Jason showed Aiden and Chuck some fresh dance moves, and they burst into cheers when Aiden showed them his skills

    Dancing up a storm: Will and Jason showed Aiden and Chuck some fresh dance moves, and they burst into cheers when Aiden showed them his skills

    He opens the box to discover that it's a PlayStation 5.

    The highly coveted game console has been hard to find for gamers across the country as Christmas approaches, but it wasn't on the market yet when the clip was filmed.

    'That's the PS5 — you can't even get those yet!' Will shouts with excitement.

    On a screen behind him, Aiden raises the box above his head and lets out a roar.

    Along with the gifts just for Aiden, Will also made a $10,000 donation to the Cook Children's Medical Center in Fort Worth, Texas.

    First in line: Will also got Aiden a special gift, which turned out to be a PlayStation 5

    First in line: Will also got Aiden a special gift, which turned out to be a PlayStation 5

    Scarce: The highly coveted video game console wasn't even available yet at the time the episode was filmed

    Scarce: The highly coveted video game console wasn't even available yet at the time the episode was filmed

    Charity: Along with the gifts just for Aiden, Will also made a $10,000 donation to the Cook Children's Medical Center in Fort Worth, Texas

    Charity: Along with the gifts just for Aiden, Will also made a $10,000 donation to the Cook Children's Medical Center in Fort Worth, Texas

    Each episode of the 10-episode social media series will find Will helping out those in need and honoring people who have made major sacrifices for the benefit of others.

    In addition to Derulo, the season features high-profile guest appearances from Alicia Keys, Lil Nas X, DJ Khaled and Ludacris, among others.

    Will's new series follows his HBO Max reunion with his Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air costars, which was released in November on the streaming service.

    The often joyous meet-up also showed Will getting emotional when remembering the late James Avery, who played his Uncle Phil on the series, and during an occasionally tense chat with Janet Hubert, the original Aunt Vivian.

    Star power: Each episode finds will celebrated someone doing good deeds in real life, and this season features guest spots from Alicia Keys, Lil Nas X, DJ Khaled and Ludacris

    Star power: Each episode finds will celebrated someone doing good deeds in real life, and this season features guest spots from Alicia Keys, Lil Nas X, DJ Khaled and Ludacris

    Together again: Will's new series follows his HBO Max reunion with his Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air costars, which was released in November on the streaming service

    Together again: Will's new series follows his HBO Max reunion with his Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air costars, which was released in November on the streaming service

    Gone too soon: Will getting emotional when remembering the late James Avery, who played his Uncle Phil on the series and died in 2013

    Gone too soon: pts terbaik sumatera Will getting emotional when remembering the late James Avery, who played his Uncle Phil on the series and died in 2013

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    Prince Charles opens Aberystwyth University's new Vet School

    The Prince of Wales took a trip down memory lane this afternoon, visiting Aberystwyth University, where he was a student more than 50 years ago. 

    The royal, 73, looked on jovial form as he donned a mask to officially open the institute's new Veterinary Education Centre.

    Charles arrived just after midday on Friday at the university, which sits on the north Welsh coast, to speak to the first cohort of veterinary students who began their studies in September this year.

    Reminiscing about his own time at the university, he quipped: 'I have a horrifying feeling it's 52 years since I was here.But I have very special memories of that time.'

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    Five decades on, the Prince of Wales looked delighted to be back at Aberystwyth University on Friday as he opened the new Veterinary Education Centre - and enjoyed a cup of tea as he took a tour of the campus

    Five decades on, the Prince of Wales looked delighted to be back at Aberystwyth University on Friday as he opened the new Veterinary Education Centre - and enjoyed a cup of tea as he took a tour of the campus

    Dem bones! The royal, 73, donned a mask supporting the Turquoise Mountain charity as he adhered to the university's mask-wearing rules

    Dem bones!The royal, 73, donned a mask supporting the Turquoise Mountain charity as he adhered to the university's mask-wearing rules 

    The heir to the throne got the opportunity to sign the same visitors' book he wrote in when he enrolled as a student in 1969

    The heir to the throne got the opportunity to sign the same visitors' book he wrote in when he enrolled as a student in 1969

    The royal shook hands with a member of staff at Hafod Hardware store in East St, Rhayader, Wales, to celebrate independent businesses and show support for the local high street

    The royal shook hands with a member of staff at Hafod Hardware store in East St, Rhayader, Wales, to celebrate independent businesses and show support for the local high street

    Royally good cheer! The Prince looked in great spirits as he shared a joke with members of the public on his way to visit a hardware store

    Royally good cheer!The Prince looked in great spirits as he shared a joke with members of the public on his way to visit a hardware store 

    The royal wore a snug-looking camel-coloured coat to keep warm in the brisk temperatures, and while indoors he followed the university's mask-wearing policy, donning a mask with a Turquoise Mountain design, referencing one of the charities he supports.  

    It's been a busy few weeks for the Prince, who visited Jordan and Egypt in November before heading to Barbados to mark the Caribbean country becoming independent of the British Commonwealth on November 30th. 

    Today, travelling solo, the Prince was greeted by the Lord-Lieutenant of Dyfed, Sara Edwards, the University's chancellor, Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd, and vice chancellor Professor Elizabeth Treasure, along with other local dignitaries. 

    He unveiled an official plaque to mark the official opening of the school. The centre on the Penglais campus has been opened jointly with the Royal Veterinary College as Wales' first and only School of Veterinary Science, and funded by £500,000 in donations from alumni.

    Those who attend will spend the first two years at Aberystwyth University followed by three years at the Royal Veterinary College's Hawkshead Campus in Hertfordshire.

    They will also have the opportunity study specific areas of veterinary science through the medium of Welsh.

    After touring the centre, the Prince even got the opportunity to sign the same visitors' book he wrote in when he enrolled as a student in 1969.

    The Prince of Wales walks with the Lord-Lieutenant of Dyfed, Sara Edwards, as he arrives to open Aberystwyth University's new School of Veterinary Science at Aberystwyth University

    The Prince of Wales walks with the Lord-Lieutenant of Dyfed, Sara Edwards, as he arrives to open Aberystwyth University's new School of Veterinary Science at Aberystwyth University

    The 73-year-old heir to the throne whips off a satin cloth from the official opening plaque to announce the facility open

    The 73-year-old heir to the throne whips off a satin cloth from the official opening plaque to announce the facility open

    He told students: 'I have a horrifying feeling it's 52 years since I was here. But I have very special memories of that time.'

    He told students: 'I have a horrifying feeling it's 52 years since I was here.But I have very special memories of that time.'

    One isn't horsing around: the Prince listened intently as he chatted to students at the educational facility about their studies

    One isn't horsing around: the Prince listened intently as he chatted to students at the educational facility about their studies

    The Prince passes a life-size model of a horse, with the internal organs chalked on the outside

    The Prince passes a life-size model of a horse, with the internal organs chalked on the outside

    The Prince of Wales passes an animal skeleton as he enjoys a tour of the state-of-the-art facilities

    The Prince of Wales passes an animal skeleton as he enjoys a tour of the state-of-the-art facilities 

    The new Veterinary Education Centre has opened as part of Wales' first and only School of Veterinary Science and represents more than £2 million of investment in new teaching facilities on the University's Penglais campus (Pictured: Prince Charles listens in as a skull is examined)

    The new Veterinary Education Centre has opened as part of Wales' first and only School of Veterinary Science and represents more than £2 million of investment in new teaching facilities on the University's Penglais campus (Pictured: Prince Charles listens in as a skull is examined)

    The royal, wearing a sharp grey suit with a blue shirt and red white and green tie, toured the university's new anatomy and study facilities

    The royal, wearing a sharp grey suit with a blue shirt and red white and green tie, toured the university's new anatomy and study facilities

    Gifts including Bara Brith tea bread, made by 15-year-old Aberystwyth resident Elin Gore, and kampus terbaik di lampung pots of honey from bees that live on campus, were presented to him.

    During his time in Aberystwyth, Charles learned Welsh, even giving his July 1969 investiture speech in the language.

    Prior to the unveiling, Charles said: 'I'm very glad indeed to have this opportunity of coming back to Aberystwyth.I have a horrifying feeling it's 52 years since I was here. But I have very special memories of that time.

    The Prince of Wales inspects a veterinary specimen while touring the facility

    The Prince of Wales inspects a veterinary specimen while touring the facility

    As part of his mini tour of the Welsh town, the Prince of Wales will also visit the family-run Hafod Hardware store (Pictured: at the School of Veterinary Science this afternoon)

    As part of his mini tour of the Welsh town, the Prince of Wales will also visit the family-run Hafod Hardware store (Pictured: at the School of Veterinary Science this afternoon)

    The Prince looked animated as he learned more about what the students study at the centre, which includes brand new anatomy and study facilities

    The Prince looked animated as he learned more about what the students study at the centre, which includes brand new anatomy and study facilities

    'I'm delighted to have a very small part to play in helping to open it (the school) having met some of the students and interrupted their studies most successfully.

    'I do hope they will have great success in the future and the school will flourish.'

    Vice chancellor Treasure said: 'This has been a long time in the planning.Veterinary school this year, and a nursing school next year. Both will be hugely important for Wales.'

    The Prince looked a little emotional as he put pen to paper in his former university's visitor book

    The Prince looked a little emotional as he put pen to paper in his former university's visitor book

    Charles meets members of the public ahead of his visit to Hafod Hardware store in East St, Rhayader, Wales

    Charles meets members of the public ahead of his visit to Hafod Hardware store in East St, Rhayader, Wales

    A royal pops to the shops: The Prince kept his mask on in line with guidance as he paid a visit to a local hardware store in Rhayader

    A royal pops to the shops: The Prince kept his mask on in line with guidance as he paid a visit to a local hardware store in Rhayader

    The Prince seemed impressed by the eco-friendly products on display at the traditional hardware store

    The Prince seemed impressed by the eco-friendly products on display at the traditional hardware store

    We're wearing face masks but we can still shake hands; the royal offers a friendly greeting to the trader at the long-standing store

    We're wearing face masks but we can still shake hands; the royal offers a friendly greeting to the trader at the long-standing store

    A little gift for the Duchess? The Prince of Wales browses some of the store's merchandise

    A little gift for the Duchess?The Prince of Wales browses some of the store's merchandise

    Brolly good show! Charles makes his way across a rainy pavement to an awaiting car

    Brolly good show!Charles makes his way across a rainy pavement to an awaiting car

    The Prince shares a joke with well-wishers who turned out to see the royal at the store in Rhayader

    The Prince shares a joke with well-wishers who turned out to see the royal at the store in Rhayader

    The streets of the small town were lined with members of the public - in spite of the rainy weather

    The streets of the small town were lined with members of the public - in spite of the rainy weather

    The Prince also took time to address guests - and enjoy another cup of char - at a reception for PRIME Cymru at the Metropole Hotel and Spa

    The Prince also took time to address guests - and enjoy another cup of char - at a reception for PRIME Cymru at the Metropole Hotel and Spa

    The Prince spoke words of encouragement about the organisation's volunteer mentoring programme, which is expanding

    The Prince spoke words of encouragement about the organisation's volunteer mentoring programme, which is expanding

    The Prince of Wales will also visit the family-run Hafod Hardware store on Friday afternoon to celebrate independent businesses and show support for the local high street.

    The shop is known for creating a Christmas advert that went viral in 2019, featuring four-year-old Arthur Jones, who starred as the store manager.The video was watched almost three million times on YouTube.

    The hardware store is one of the oldest businesses in Rhayader, dating back to 1895, and is now one of the 'must-see' attractions of the town.