St James's Palace have announced that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's next public engagement will be a trip to Denmark.
The newlywed couple will visit UNICEF’s emergency supply centre in Copenhagen on November 2 to distribute emergency food and medical supplies to East Africa.
It will be only the second official visit abroad by the couple, following their tour of Canada and the US in July, and will be the Duchess’s first trip to a foreign country specifically to carry out charity work.
William and Kate will be accompanied by Crown Prince Frederik and Princess Mary of Denmark.
The royal couples will seek to maintain global attention on the crisis in East Africa, an area well known to The Duke and Duchess, where the situation is getting worse.
More areas are expected to be declared as ‘in famine’ over the next few months.
Currently some 320,000 children in East Africa are suffering from severe acute malnutrition and are at imminent risk of death without immediate assistance.
Clarence House said: "The Duke and Duchess have been deeply moved over the past few weeks by the desperate plight of hundreds of thousands of seriously ill children in East Africa, a part of the world they know well and which is dear to them.
"Going to Copenhagen to view the supplies heading out to the famine zones was their idea as they are very troubled by the situation.
"The British public have already been very generous, but the royal couple wish to do what they can to help to help maintain global attention on the worsening situation."