Why You Can Expect To See Kate Middleton Everywhere This Winter…

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  • The Duchess of Cambridge is set to make a string of public appearances in the coming weeks

    Kate Middleton is embracing her return to the royal spotlight with gusto, with the Duchess of Cambridge just having added a string of public appearances to her busy winter diary.

    With Prince George’s christening now behind them, new mum Kate and husband Prince William are barely giving themselves time to rest, with the Royal couple’s latest foray into the spotlight starting today.

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will meet with a host of London Poppy Appeal supporters at Kensington Palace later this morning, after which the pair will spend the evening of with staff and volunteers of the organisation for a tour of London on board a 1960s routemaster.

    31-year-old Kate will then join her husband this Sunday for Remembrance Day at the Cenotaph in London, where William is expected to lay a wreathe as a tribute to those who have lost their lives in military conflict as his wife watches on.

    And it doesn’t stop there – it has also been confirmed that the royal couple will be paying a visit to charity Only Connect’s head office on Tuesday 19 November. Phew!

    Kate and Will will speak with employees at the crime prevention charity to learn how Only Connect supports ex-offenders and young people into realising their potential.

    The Duke and Duchess will then visit two complimentary projects at the head office — Bounce Back, which works with prisons, and Handmade Alliance, which trains prisoners in textile making.

    After the visit, the new parents will enjoy a dance performance at a nearby Only Connect project venue.

    By the sounds of it, baby George will be needing plenty of babysitting over the next few weeks. Did we mention our schedule’s looking very, very clear?

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