Kate Middleton's three kids are sure to be impressed by her latest gig!
It's just been revealed that the Duchess of Cambridge will appear on the February 13 episode of the popular children's show CBeebies Bedtime Stories. The CBBC series has welcomed a slew of celeb guests in the past, all of whom read a story to viewers.
In a preview photo, Kate can be seen sitting on set with a blanket and is dressed in a turtleneck argyle sweater and jeans. She's chosen to read The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark by Jill Tomlinson.
The royal is making the Sunday appearance in honor of Children's Mental Health Week, which began on February 7.
"I couldn't be more proud to have The Duchess read a CBeebies Bedtime Story as we mark the 20th anniversary of our CBeebies and CBBC channels. It's such a special and relevant tale and perfectly represents this years' Children's Mental Health Week theme," stated Patricia Hidalgo, Director of BBC Children's and Education. "I can't wait to see her deliver her own take on such a classic story and I'm sure our audience can't either."
About a week after the episode airs, Kate will embark on a solo trip to Denmark on behalf of her Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood.
The mom-of-three posted about the occasion — which will occur on February 22 and 23 — on Instagram, creating the Denmark flag out of Legos.
"Looking forward to learning from experts, parents and practitioners about Denmark’s approach to early childhood later this month," she wrote in the caption. "Denmark is a beacon of best practice in its approach to the early years which values the roles of parents and results in both communities of support and government policies that underpin the best start in life."
Kate and Prince William have been mental health advocates for several years, and marked Mental Health Day last year with an Instagram post.
"Taking care of our mental health and well-being has never been more important," their message read. "This #WorldMentalHealthDay we are highlighting some of the fantastic organisations providing support for those who might need it - because there is help out there."