The Duchess of Cambridge will carry out her first solo engagement since the birth of Prince George at a SportsAid charity event later today.
Kate, who became patron of the charity last April, will view young athletes taking part in a number of sports activities including wheelchair basketball, fencing and badminton.
The Duchess will then join athletes and their parents as they attend educational workshops and receive advice from Olympians and Paralympians including Katherine Grainger, Ade Adepitan and Karen Pickering.
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