Kate Middleton will make a charity visit to Action on Addiction when she returns from holiday in the West Indies
Kate Middleton will make her first official appearance since announcing her pregnancy back in December, royal aids have confirmed.
The pregnant Duchess of Cambridge, thought to be about 19 or 20 weeks along, will show off her burgeoning baby bump during a visit to her charity Action on Addiction.
It’s thought Kate Middleton will undertake the engagement after returning from holiday in Mustique, later this month.
She’ll visit Hope House on February 19, to meet the treatment centre’s clients and staff, and will spend the day hearing the experiences of women recovering from addictions.
After recovering from a severe bout of morning sickness, which forced her to reveal her baby news early, it’s thought it’ll be full steam ahead for Kate, who has decided to carry on her royal work during the early stages of her pregnancy.
According to the Mirror, royal aides have been ‘working behind the scenes’ with Kate’s chosen charities, to make sure she can make as many visits as she able over the next few months.
Kate Middleton is currently enjoying some R&R with Prince William and her family on the idyllic island of Mustique in the West Indies.
It’s thought William and Kate are staying in a swanky £19,000-a-week villa at the exclusive holiday location, which reportedly has a luxurious infinity pool, games room and stunning views out onto the Caribbean Sea.
Meanwhile, Kate’s parents Michael and Carole Middleton, and brother James, are staying in a villa close by.
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