The Duchess of Cambridge is in Wiltshire today, visiting a Warminster charity which trains people to help those battling addiction.
Kate is a patron of Action on Addiction, and is visiting the charity's Centre for Addiction Treatment Studies. The charity offers degree courses accredited by the University of Bath.
The Duchess listened to a speech from Anna Elston, a newly graduated student, who gave a moving account of her journey from alcohol addiction (where she lost custody of her three young children) to gaining recovery and employment.
Kate was presented with a posy of flowers by Anna's three young boys, accompanied by her proud mother, Pauline.
Pupils from Minster School in Warminster lined the streets. Among those there to welcome Kate was die-hard royalist pensioner Terry Hutt, who previously spent weeks outside a London hospital awaiting the birth of Princess Charlotte.
Watch Tim Walsh's report on the Royal visit here:
The Duchess of Cambridge will visit Warminster in Wiltshire to help at a charity battling addiction.
As a patron of Action on Addiction she will visit the charity's Centre for Addiction Treatment Studies in Warminster to see how the centre provides training, education and professional development for those working in addiction and other related fields.
The Duchess of Cambridge will visit Warminster next month in her role as patron for the charity Action on Addiction.
The Duchess will visit the Wiltshire town on December 10.
She will see the work the charity does in providing training, education and professional development for those working in addiction.
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The first official portrait of the Duchess of Cambridge is now on display at The Holburne Museum in Bath. It was painted by Bradford on Avon artist Paul Emsley.
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Jane Solomons has the story:
The first official portrait of Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cambridge is going on show in the West Country.
The painting by Paul Emsley from Bradford on Avon has been on display at the National Portrait Gallery, in London but from Saturdayit will be exhibited at the Holburne Museum in Bath.
Bradford-on-Avon Artist Paul Emsley has painted the first official portrait of the Duchess of Cambridge at his studio in Wiltshire.
It will be unveiled on Friday.
Paul said it was not the easiest of commissions:
Bradford-of-Avon Artist Paul Emsley has painted the first official portrait of The Duchess of Cambridge. Kate visited his studio in Wiltshire: