THE Duchess of Cambridge will visit Naomi House Children’s Hospice later this month to celebrate Children’s Hospice Week 2013.

She will tour the Sutton Scotney hospice and meet children and their families, as well as staff, volunteers and supporters.

At the end of the tour, the Duchess will join a tea party with some of Naomi House’s children and their families.

During the tea party, her Royal Highness will watch a musical performance by Ollie Wade singing his own song Free, written in memory of his brother, Ben, who died in 2011 after he and his family received end of life care and bereavement support at Naomi House.

Ollie’s song will be released at the start of Children’s Hospice Week to raise money for Naomi House.

Children’s Hospice Week runs from April 26 to May 3 and is the UK’s only awareness and fundraising week for children with life-limiting conditions and the services.