Kate Middleton is easing more into her duties after giving birth to the heir to the throne, Prince George in July.
Clarence House has announced, via Twitter, that the Duchess of Cambridge will attend her first official workshop for SportsAid on October 18.
Kate spent a lot of quiet time with her family immediately after the birth of little George, running off to her parents’ home in Bucklebury, where she and husband Prince William enjoyed getting to know their new child.
Afterwards, the family moved to Anglesey, Wales were they spent some time finalizing their departure after William finished his duties with the Royal Air Force.
Now they are back in town and the events are lining up for the very busy and popular couple.
Kate Middleton hired William and brother Harry’s old nanny, 71-year-old Jessie Webb to care for George while they take care of their public duties.
However, they intend to give their son as normal an upbringing as possible.
The Duchess will be attending her first SportsAid event after becoming their patron in April, according to Kensington Palace.
On Friday 18th October The Duchess of Cambridge will attend a @TeamSportsAid Athlete Workshop at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London.
— Clarence House (@ClarenceHouse) October 4, 2013
The 31-year-old new mom will be spending some time watching children play several sports such as wheelchair basketball, volleyball, badminton, fencing, and others.
Joining Kate in the event will be Olympians and Paralympians Katherine Grainger, Ade Adepitan, and Karen Pickering who will be giving advise to the kids.
SportsAids provides help for athletes for things such as training, equipment, competition fees, and travel costs.
E! News reports that at the London Olympic Games in 2012, two-thirds of the British Olympic and Paralympic team had received aid from the organization.
As you may recall, Kate Middleton and her husband Prince William, who are very active, were seen proudly and enthusiastically supporting Team Great Britain during the Summer Olympics in 2012.