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Off to the REAL Legoland! Kate Middleton announces two-day solo trip to Copenhagen this month to promote her Centre for Early Childhood

Kate Middleton, 40, will make a solo visit to Copenhagen later this month
She will promote the work of the Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood 
During the visit she will spend time with Crown Princess Mary, 49, 
The Duchess of Cambridge will also be received by Queen Margrethe II 

By Stephanie Linning For Mailonline
Published: 12:21 GMT, 4 February 2022 | Updated: 12:36 GMT, 4 February 2022

The Duchess of Cambridge has announced a whirlwind solo trip to Denmark later this month.

Kate, 40, will travel to Copenhagen on Tuesday 22 and Wednesday 23 February to promote her work with the The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood.
During the visit the Duchess will be received by Queen Margrethe II, 81, who is celebrating her Golden Jubilee this year, and will carry out an engagement with Australian-born Crown Princess Mary, 49. 
The Duchess of Cambridge announced the visit on Instagram today with a video showing her making the Danish flag out of Lego, a Danish export.
She wrote: ‘Looking forward to learning from experts, parents and practitioners about Denmark’s approach to early childhood later this month. 

Kate, 40, will travel to Copenhagen on Tuesday 22 and Wednesday 23 February to promote her work with the The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood. During the visit she will carry out an engagement with Princess Mary of Denmark (pictured together at Royal Ascot in 2016) 

The Duchess of Cambridge announced the visit on Instagram today with a video showing her making the Danish flag out of Lego, which comes from Denmark

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‘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.’ 

She signed off the message in Danish, adding: ‘See you soon.’ 
The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood aims to drive awareness of and action on the impact of the early years in a child’s development. 
During the visit, Kate will learn from Danish experts who are world leaders in the field.
The trip will also pay tribute to the historic ties between Britain and Denmark and will celebrate the joint Jubilees taking place in each country this year: the Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, marking 70 years on the British throne, and the Golden Jubilee of Margrethe II, making 50 years on the Danish throne. 

The Duchess of Cambridge previously met Crown Princess Mary on a royal visit to Copenhagen in 2011 

The Duchess of Cambridge will receive an official welcome to Denmark from Queen Margrethe II on the second day of her trip.  
The Duchess will also join Crown Princess Mary of Denmark and visit a project supported by the Page 2 of 2 Mary Foundation, founded in 2007 by the Crown Princess, to protect vulnerable women and children from domestic violence. 
Kate and Mary have met on a number of previous occasions, including at Royal Ascot in 2016 and on William and Kate’s joint visit to the Danish capital in 2011. 

The Duchess will also learn about how Denmark promotes infant mental wellbeing alongside physical health, and how it harnesses the power of nature, relationships and playful learning in the first five years of life.

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The Duchess of Cambridge will make a solo visit to Denmark later this month, it has been announced

Her schedule will focus on innovative initiatives and projects which support children in their growth, particularly their social and emotional development, as well as their parents and the wider communities surrounding them. 
Throughout the visit, The Duchess will have the opportunity to meet with a broad range of people including children and families, leading researchers, representatives from academia, and those working in the early education sector. 

Denmark is a beacon of best practice with its approach to early childhood as well as consistently ranking near the top of countries with the happiest people in the world. 
The Duchess is looking forward to visiting the country, learning from the Danish people, and continuing to build on the already close friendship between the two countries. 

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