The Duchess of Cambridge will visit one of the country's oldest public art galleries to see the creative works of a youth charity.
Kate will join the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall at Dulwich Picture Gallery in south London on Thursday, where she will meet youngsters involved in The Prince's Foundation for Children and the Arts.
The visit is part of The Queen's Diamond Jubilee tour which started on 8 March.
The royals will speak to children who have taken part in the Great Art Quest - a programme that introduces youngsters to local galleries, professional artists and storytellers.
They will meet artists involved in the project before viewing a special exhibition of the children's work.
They will also be learn about Children & the Arts Face Britain project, the UK's largest mass collaborative art project which is run by the organisation.
Portraits from children aged four to 16 will create a montage image of The Queen, which will be projected on to the front of Buckingham Palace to herald the start of the Jubilee and Olympic celebrations in April. The portraits will also be displayed on 400 big screens in city centres, shopping centres and train stations across the UK.
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