Britain's Catherine, Duchess Of Cambridge
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, attends the St. Andrews 600th Anniversary Dinner at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, December 9, 2014. Reuters/Jason DeCrow/Pool

After spending the holiday in Norfolk with her family, Kate Middleton is scheduled to get back to her royal duties next week with two official engagements to attend to. The 2015 Royal engagements of the Duchess was confirmed by Clarence House on Tuesday, Jan. 6, for Kate's first public appearance for this year.

As part of her role as Art Room's charity ambassador, the Duchess of Cambridge will first visit London's Barlby Primary School to officially open and name the school's Clore Art Room on Jan. 15, Thursday. The next day, Jan. 16, Friday, Kate is scheduled to attend an event hosted by the Fostering Network as she celebrate the dedicated work of foster carers.

"The Duchess of Cambridge is Patron of @TheArtRoomUK which offers art as therapy to young people who are facing challenges in their lives," Clarence House tweeted.

Next on her busy schedule is a day on Kensington on Jan. 19, Monday, where she will make three appearances in the borough. She is announced to attend a coffee morning at Family Friends, an organization that provides mentorship to families in deprived areas, as she will get an overview of what the charity's work before joining the families and meeting some of the trained volunteers.

Her second engagement includes formally opening the Kensington Aldridge Academy, a school for students aged 11 to 18. Before touring the new building, she will meet the governors, staff and students and will be treated with a dance performance in the school's theatre. She will also visit the school's Creates Hub for young entrepreneurs.

Kate will conclude her day by formally opening the Kensington Leisure Centre, a new centre that replaces the old building where Prince William and Prince Harry used to have their swimming lessons. Aside from touring the new facilities, Prince George's mom is going to have her speech in the dance studio where she will unveil a plaque for the event.

Now six months pregnant with her second child, Kate Middleton is back in full force after her three-month ordeal with acute morning sickness. From last year's 48-hour New York City Tour to hosting the Middletons for the holiday luncheon, the 33-year-old Royal is making up for many public appearances she cancelled during her first trimester.

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