Kate Middleton is looking to cheer up some very sick kids.
The Duchess of Cambridge plans to pay a visit to Naomi House Children's Hospice in Hampshire, England, on April 29, a rep for St. James's Palace tells E! News.
Middleton is scheduled to tour the facilities and meet with children who have life-limiting conditions, their families, volunteers and supporters of the charity, which provides palliative care and end-of-life care, among other important functions.
The 31-year-old pregnant royal will be on the move quite a bit later this month.
Three days prior to that outing, Middleton, hubby Prince William and Prince Harry are set to attend the inauguration of Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden, where they'll also take the Making of Harry Potter tour with about 500 children and adults from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's charities.