Kate Middleton will be spending her Valentine's Day visiting the students of Northolt High School, Clarence House revealed today.
The Duchess of Cambridge will officially open the ICAP Art Room at Northolt High School in Ealing, London.
As a patron of the Art Room – a charity which helps 5 -16 year olds who are experiencing emotional and behavioural difficulties – Kate will meet and greet staff and then join the students for an artistic session.
The Duchess has been a patron of the charity since 2012, a role which reflects her interest in the arts and how they can be used to help young people overcome their problems.
February is turning out to be quite the creative month for Kate Middleton – the 32-year-old will spend the evening of February 11th at at a fundraiser at the National Portrait Gallery, alongside David Bailey and Grayson Perry.
With Prince William busy studying at Cambridge for his agricultural management course, on which he is enrolled for 10 weeks, it remains to be seen whether the couple will get to spend the evening of Valentine's Day together.
Last year, Kate and William holidayed in Mustique. But with baby Prince George and William's university course, it looks like a vacation is off the cards for this year.
By Olivia Marks