The Duchess of Cambridge is coming to Kent.
Kate Middleton will visit the Turner Contemporary gallery in Margate on Wednesday, March 11.
It is thought to be one of her final public engagements before she gives birth to her second child, due in April.
Kensington Palace announced the news today.
Her Royal Highness, who is patron of the National Portrait Gallery, will view the Turner's Self: Image and Identity exhibition.
On display will be the Van Dyck self-portrait, which she privately viewed in London earlier this month.
The Duchess will also visit Resort Studios in nearby Cliftonville.
It is a collective of creative professionals, founded in 2013 as a space that encourages experimentation and collaboration in the arts.
The Duchess's last came to Kent in June 2012, when she visited Margaret MacMillan House near Wrotham.
While there, she met youngsters as they experienced the countryside for the first time.
Kate helped the eight and nine-year-olds from King Solomon Academy in London cook dough balls over their campfires – and sampled some with jam.
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