The Duchess of Cambridge will be visiting Naomi House Children's Hospice in Hampshire later. Kate will tour the charity's facilities in Winchester and meet children, parents, staff and volunteers. The visit is all part of celebrations to mark Children's Hospice Week, which runs until May the 3rd.
18-year-old Ollie Wade from Winchester will sing the first song he ever wrote - "Free" - infront of the Duchess at the hospice tomorrow. Ollie wrote it after his older brother Ben, who had cerebral palsy, passed away just over two years ago. Sarah Cooper went to see Ollie preparing to sing for the Duchess: