The Duchess of Cambridge will spend Valentine's Day visiting a school to meet young people benefiting from art therapy provided by one of her charities.
Kate will join the youngsters in a specially designated room at the London school where they have the opportunity to draw and paint to help with issues like low self-esteem.
The Duchess is royal patron of the Art Room, the charity behind the project which maintains a dedicated art room in a number of schools in Oxfordshire and the capital.
It is a national organisation offering art as therapy to children and young people aged five to 16 who are facing challenges in their lives.
Staff from global brokers Icap volunteered to help refurbish the room at Northolt High School in north-west London after the company raised money for the Art Room.
Kate has been the charity's figurehead since January 2012, reflecting her interest in the arts and in using the creativity of art to enrich the lives of young people.