Britain's Duchess of Cambridge to honour two children's charities

The Duchess of Cambridge will honour two children's charities, the East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH) and Action for Children, when she visits the West Midlands later this month.

Duchess of Cambridge
Duchess of Cambridge

Britain's Duchess of Cambridge will honour two children's charities later this month.

The 32-year-old royal - who is seven months pregnant with her and her husband Prince William's second child - is set to travel to the West Midlands on behalf of East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH) and Action for Children.

First, the Duchess, née Kate Middleton, will tour the Emma Bridgewater factory in Stoke-on-Trent, after it was announced the pottery company were creating a special range of mugs in aid of EACH last year.

The brunette beauty - who is a royal patron of EACH - previously visited the factory in November, when business owner Emma gave her a sneak peak at the ladybird-patterned mugs she has designed for the cause.

She will also have the opportunity to meet the factory's staff, as well as volunteers and children from EACH's nearby Donna Louise Hospice.

Later on in the month, the Duchess will travel to Smethwick, to the Cape Hill Children's Centre in honour of Action for Children.

The mother of one will be given an introduction into the charity - which helps vulnerable families across the Uk and offers services including speech and language therapy, childcare and adult employment advice - before taking part in a discussion on how family's have benefited from the charity's work.

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