Queen Elizabeth II. And Catherine Duchess of Cambridge attends King's College London on March 19, 2019 in London, England, to officially open Bush House, the newest educational and learning facility on the Strand campus. (Photo: Samir Hussein, Samir Hussein / WireImage)
With the Pregnant Duchess Meghan prepares for her first royal baby. The sister-in-law Duchess Kate of Cambridge is stepping up her schedule and is coming to Queen Elizabeth II on Tuesday at King's College London.
Kate accompanied Her Majesty, the Royal Patron of the College, at the grand opening of Bush House, the new teaching and research center that spans five iconic buildings on the Strand campus in central London near the River Thames.
It was Kate's second public appearance of the week, having gone to Prince William on Sunday for St. Patrick's Day Parade of the 1st Battalion Irish Guards in their barracks in western London.
Later on Tuesday she was to visit the Foundling Museum in London.
The King's College London is the fourth oldest university in England and famous for its important role in the discovery of DNA structure and research that has led to the development of radio, television, mobile phones and radar.
The college signed long-term leases for the Bush House's five buildings in 2015, which today house academic departments, state-of-the-art learning and social facilities, and student facilities.
Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, Duchess Camilla of Cornwall, Prince William and Duchess Kate of Cambridge, at the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey, March 11, 2019. [Photo: KIRSTY WIGGLESWORTH / AFP / Getty Images]
The royal duo is said to be the visit new facilities and enjoy the panoramic views of London from the rooftop terraces.
You will see some robots – robotic demonstrations such as robotic operations – and Kings virtual parquet to meet students from the Entrepreneurship Institute. They conclude the visit with the usual solemn revelation of a memorial plaque, something the Queen has done a thousand times on her throne in her 67 years, and something Duchess Kate will do if she becomes a queen in the distant future.  Later on Tuesday, Kate will make her second visit to the Foundling Museum to explore how they use art to help vulnerable and marginalized youth.
The Foundling Museum tells the story of Foundling Hospital, the UK's first child charity and public art gallery. The museum works with contemporary artists, writers and musicians to develop educational programs for children, especially those who have been in nursing homes to help them imagine new opportunities for themselves.
Kate, who has a degree in art history and who is also the patron of the National Gallery of Art and the Victoria & Albert Museum, is expected to visit the "Bedrooms of London" exhibition, a museum photography exhibition in which the living conditions of the most disadvantaged Children are documented in London.
Kate is an enthusiastic photographer herself. Photographs of graduates of the Museum's Tracing Our Tales program, designed to teach young adults from London neighborhoods the skills needed to run workshops in the museum.
Kate visited the Foundling Museum in 2017 and met the first class of Tracing Our Tales apprentices; Now she will meet them again to find out how the program has helped them gain trust and employment. She will attend a training session where participants will learn how to conduct a creative workshop on block printing techniques.
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