The 31-year-old Duchess, who is expecting her first child in mid-July with husband Prince William, will visit the facility after exactly two years since she got married to William at the Westminster Abbey in London.
Kate, will spend time with the hospiceâs patients and their families, staff, volunteers and supporters as well. After taking a tour of the building she will participate in a tea party with some of the children, including a musical performance from one Ollie Wade. Ollie will render his own song, âFreeâ, in memory of his brother, Ben, who passed away at the Naomi House in 2011.
The âFreeâ song will be released as a single to raise money for the charity at the beginning of the charitable week on April 26.