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Kate Middleton's Next Royal Outing For 2019 Announced.

Kate Middleton's next royal outing for the year has just been announced.

On Jan. 22, the mom of three will visit the ( charity Family Action , an organization that supports parents and caregivers by providing a service called FamilyLine. The helpline connects parents in need to volunteers that can help them.

Middleton will help launch FamilyLine on Tuesday. The service may also be of great help to the Duchess of Cambridge who is a mom to Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.

Family Action also provides the charity's beneficiaries with parenting sessions run by counselors. Middleton will also be on hand to commemorate the organization's 150th year of positively impacting the lives of vulnerable children and their families.

Prince William's wife was recently seen in public at the ( Royal Opera House . She also spent time with a group of kids at King Henry's Walk Garden and made homemade pizza with them.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte, who have returned to school after their short Christmas break, were unable to join their mom on her recent engagements. One of the kids asked the 37-year-old where her children were.

"They would love to come and do this. They will be very sad that I've been out here making pizzas with all of you and they haven't been here," she said.

In related news, Middleton also made headlines today after it was revealed that she and Prince William received a bizarre wedding gift from London Mayor Boris Johnson in 2011.

While at the Trafalgar Square, Johnson unveiled his gift in front of the crowds and said that he has decided to give them a tandem Boris bicycle.

"I am delighted to have this amazing opportunity, on behalf of London, to wish Prince William and Kate Middleton a long, prosperous, and joyous life together. It's a fantastic day for the city and obviously it shows the city off at its best," he ( said.

As of late, it is still unclear how Middleton and Prince William might have reacted to Johnson's gift.

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Date:Jan 18, 2019
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