Kate Middleton and Prince William will make two appearances together in less than two weeks. Clarence House confirmed today (Thursday), on the royal couple's website, they will make a visit to South Bucks later this month. "The Duke of Cambridge, Patron, and The Duchess of Cambridge will visit the offices of Child Bereavement UK, Saunderton, Buckinghamshire," the statement reads.
During their March 19 visit, Their Royal Highnesses will meet staff from the charity’s Bereavement Services and Training and Fundraising teams before they are introduced to bereaved families involved in the Children and Young People’s Service (CHYPS), the Young People’s Advisory Group (YPAG) and a Parents’ Support Group.
Prince William became a patron of Child Bereavement UK in May 2009. In a statement announcing the Duke and Duchess' upcoming visit, the organization states it's mission is to "support families and educates professionals when a baby or child of any age dies or is dying, or when a child is facing bereavement."
Just two days prior to their visit to Child Bereavement UK, Kate Middleton and Prince William will attend the annual St. Patrick's Day Military Parade.
The back-to-back events will be the first time the couple has made an official public appearance together on behalf of the monarchy this year. They did attend the Jan. 11 unveiling of the Duchess of Cambridge's official portrait, but that private event was not considered among their royal duties.