Kate Middleton and Prince William won’t be going for a romantic meal or showering each other with presents on their second wedding anniversary – instead they’ll be heading off on a royal charity visit to a children’s hospice to spend time with sick patients and their families.
Just when we thought we couldn’t love them anymore…
The royal couple celebrate their second wedding anniversary on 29 April, when they’ll head to Sutton Scotney in Hampshire to visit the Naomi House Children’s Hospice.
There, they’ll meet sick children, their families, staff, volunteers and supporters. Kate, who’s now six months pregnant, will then enjoy a tea party with some of the children, while they listen to a performance by Ollie Wade. Ollie will a song he wrote in memory of his brother, who passed away at the facility in 2011, the same year Kate and Wills got married.
And if that wasn’t enough to make the mum-to-be blub, the song will actually be released as a single to raise money for the hospice on the week of the visit.
Take some tissues, Duchess. We predict this one will be a rollercoaster of emotions…
By Rebecca Martin, 17th April 2013
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