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Duchess visits Hants hospice

The Duchess of Cambridge has given her first ever video message to appeal for support for a campaign for children's hospices. In the message, aired for the first time today, the Duchess urged people to support Children's Hospice Week.

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Singing for Ben and singing for the Duchess

Ollie wrote the song "Free" about his older brother Ben who passed away Credit: ITV News Meridian

When the Duchess of Cambridge visits Naomi House Children's Hospice in Winchester tomorrow, Ollie Wade will sing for her. The 18-year-old will perform the song "Free", which he wrote in memory of his older brother Ben, who had cerebral palsy and passed away just over two years ago.

Ollie writes his songs in Ben's old bedroom Credit: ITV News Meridian

Kate is visiting the hospice as part of national Children's Hospice Week. She will meet children, parents and staff at Naomi House tomorrow.

Ben passed away just over two years ago - aged 19 Credit: The Wade family

To find out how more about Naomi House click here. We'll be filming Ollie's performance for Her Royal Highness tomorrow, but in the meantime you can keep up to date with what he's up to by following him on Twitter.

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