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Here's How Kate Middleton Will Spend Valentine's Day
Her plans don't involve romance.
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The Duchess of Cambridge's Valentine's Day plans have been revealed and they don't involve her husband.

Kensington Palace has confirmed that the Duchess will be meeting air cadets at an RAF base in Cambridgeshire on 14 February. It will be Kate's third visit since she became Royal Patron and Honorary Air Commandant of the Air Cadet Organization in December 2015, after the Duke of Edinburgh stepped down from the role.

The Duchess of Cambridge at a service to mark the 75th anniversary of the RAF air cadets on February 7, 2016

According to Hello!, Kate will be introduced to cadets from the Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire Wing Air Training Corps who will be at the RAF base for a development camp.

"The week acts as an initial 'camp experience' for cadets who are in their first six months of membership," a statement from the Palace said. "Her Royal Highness will join the cadets as they view a Tutor aircraft, and participate in a personal development training session."

Kate will also get the chance to use a flight simulator during the visit, something her husband, a helicopter pilot, would probably be keen to try.

Kate and William on the red carpet in London, October 2015

The Duke and Duchess, who will celebrate their sixth wedding anniversary in April, will be making a joint appearance just before the most romantic day of the year, though. It has been confirmed that the couple will attend the 2017 BAFTAs at the Royal Albert Hall in London on 12 February.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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