Kate Middleton will return to the National Portrait Gallery to visit their art therapy programme
Kate Middleton clearly loves the company of children, regularly being snapped chatting to little ones on her frequent charity trips. And now she’s set to put in some more parenting practice ahead of the birth of the royal baby as she will attend a special reception at the National Portrait Gallery where she’ll meet with children.
On 24 April the Duchess of Cambridge will return to the gallery to speak with youngsters who have benefited from The Art Room, which she is royal patron of. The programme offers art therapy to children who suffer with self-esteem and confidence issues encouraging independence.
Kate Middleton’s return will surely be a welcome one, after all her official portrait that hangs at the gallery is the venue’s most popular – since it was unveiled on 11 January over 3,000 postcard replicas of the canvas have been sold.
The royal’s visit to The National Portrait Gallery isn’t all she’s got planned ahead of her baby’s arrival, she’ll also visit a primary Manchester this month as well as christen a ship in Southampton on 13 June before she begins her maternity leave.
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