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Back to school for the Duchess of Cambridge

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: The Duchess of Cambridge celebrated part of her Valentine's Day on Friday by opening her heart to children in a west London school for her charity, The Art Room. The Art Room, of which she has been royal patron since 2012, is a charity that helps 5 to 16 year old children experiencing emotional and behavioral difficulties. There are six Art Rooms in schools in Oxford and London, offering art as therapy to increase children's self-esteem, self-confidence and independence. The Northolt High School's new Art Room, which the Duchess officially opened on Friday, will bring the total number to seven. Catherine studied art history at St Andrews University in Scotland. The visit marks a gradual return to her royal duties since giving birth to her first child, Prince George, in July last year.

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