If you thought Kate Middleton and Prince William couldn't get any cuter, hold on to your wedding hats because the couple's wedding anniversary plans will make your heart melt.
Celebrating two years of marriage, the royal couple will reportedly spend 29 April visiting a children's hospice in Sutton Scotney, Hampshire.
Visiting the Naomi House Children's Hospice, Kate and Wills will meet sick children and their families, along with staff, volunteers and supporters.
The Duchess of Cambridge will then join some children for a tea party, with a performance by 18-year-old Ollie Wade. His song, which was written in memory of his brother who passed away in 2011, will also be released as a single to raise money for the hospice.
Well, we think mum-to-be K Middy will struggle to keep her pregnancy hormones on lock-down for this one.
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