26 Oct '11, 1pm
Will n' Kate, hanging with Mary n' Fred. Yay!
LONDON (AP) - Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge plan to travel to Denmark next week to visit a United Nations centre that distributes emergency supplies to East Africa. St James's Palace officials said on Wednesday the brief trip is designed to draw attention to the worsening East Africa food shortage crisis, which is affecting an estimated 13 million people. The Nov 2 visit will mark the royal couple's first overseas trip since a lengthy sojourn to Canada and the United States during the summer. The British and Danish palaces said on Wednesday that the couple will be accompanied by Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark. The Unicef facility coordinates the distribution of emergency food and medical supplies worldwide, including nutritional treatments for some 320,000 severely malnourished children in East Africa.