Kate Middleton is set to make her second official public appearance since becoming pregnant.
Looks like Mrs. Prince William will be showing off a lot more of her newly surfaced baby bump, which has been spotted while she's been out shopping and grabbing coffee.
St. James Palace announced Tuesday that the Duchess of Cambridge will appear at Hope House, a women's rehabilitation facility, in London on Feb. 19. The duchess is a patron to its Action on Addiction program, which provides help to women recovering from substance abuse and other compulsive disorders. She'll meet with clients and staff at the Hope House during the visit.
PHOTOS: Hollywood baby boom
The 31-year-old made her first official appearance since the pregnancy announcement at the National Portrait Gallery in London where her controversial official portrait was unveiled Jan. 11.
Middleton was suffering from a bout of severe morning sickness when news of the baby broke in December. So it would appear that she's happy and healthy again if she's taking on her royal duties. Royal aides say she's "working behind the scenes" with her charities and plans to work throughout her pregnancy, according to the U.K.'s Mirror.
Her royal baby bump made its debut last week and the little one is due in July.
PHOTOS: Super Bowl Celebrity Beach Bowl
Ian McKellen gets honorary doctorate, thanks gay groups
Harry Styles of One Direction has stripper-ific 19th birthday in London
Follow Nardine on Twitter @NardineSaad and Google +. Follow Ministry of Gossip @LATcelebs.
PHOTOS AND MORE:
PHOTOS: Celebrity portraits by The Times
PHOTOS: Victoria's Secret Fashion Show
The Envelope: Celebs on the red carpet