Kate Middleton will visit Naomi House on the 29th April, two years since her wedding to Prince William
Kate Middleton will spend her second wedding anniversary visiting children’s hospice Naomi House, a royal spokesman has confirmed.
Clarence House said the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge will spend 29 April away from Prince William, as she visits sick children at the care centre in Hampshire.
It’s thought Kate Middleton will meet children and parents who use at the centre, as well as spending time with staff and volunteers.
Kate’s visit comes exactly two years after she tied the knot to Prince William in a lavish, star-studded ceremony at Westminster Cathedral.
The Duchess walked down the aisle wearing Alexander McQueen, watched by thousands around the globe.
Kate Middleton’s visit is just one of many she has planned in the coming months, proving she’s planning to work right up until baby due date, thought to be mid-July.
On April 24, she will visit the National Portrait Gallery with an Art Therapy group, on the 26th she’ll visit the Harry Potter exhibition, and at the end of the month, she’ll visit the set of hit show Shameless,
And just four weeks before Kate Middleton’s baby due date, she’ll be launching a cruise liner in Southampton, after accepting an invitation to become the ship’s Godmother.
Yesterday it was revealed Kate’s been hard at work getting not just one, but two royal nurseries ready for her firstborn, in homes at Kensington Palace and Anmer Hall.
Onlookers even spied the Duchess browsing antiques for her little one in the market town of Holt, during a girlie weekend in Norfolk with friends.
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