Kate Middleton
Will Kate Middleton take a break three months before giving birth to her third child? Pictured: Middleton attends Christmas Day Church service at Church of St Mary Magdalene on Dec. 25, 2017 in King's Lynn, England. Getty Images/Chris Jackson

Kate Middleton and Prince William will be heading to the Coventry Cathedral, Coventry University and The Positive Youth Foundation on Jan. 16.

According to Express, it’s possible that these visits will be Middleton’s last royal engagement before she gives birth to her and Prince William’s third child in April. The Coventry Cathedral, Coventry University and The Positive Youth Foundation are non-profit organizations that are focused at helping young people across the Coventry.

Last year, the organizations were awarded the Gold Standard for Investors in People for its work in helping young people across the Midlands to improve their lives.

On Jan. 16, Middleton and Prince William’s visit to the Coventry will begin with a short tour. They will also be taking part in the Coventry Litany of Reconciliation. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will also have the chance to meet the members of the choir, as well as the volunteer’s at the Cathedral’s social enterprise, the Rising Café.

Following their tour at the Coventry Cathedral, the royal couple will be donating $80 million to Coventry University’s Science and Health building. While there, the couple will be meeting with the students.

Meanwhile, this won’t be the first time that Prince William will be visiting the Coventry. In 2014, he visited the city center during the unveiling of the War Memorial Park.

Following their royal engagements, Middleton is expected to return home and rest for a few months before her baby arrives. She and Prince William are already parents to Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, 3.

In October, Middleton and Prince William announced that they will be welcoming their third child before the birthday of Princess Charlotte on May 2 and a few months before Prince George’s fifth birthday on July 22.

Middleton’s third pregnancy has not been easy because she previously suffered from Hyperemesis Gravidarum. “She has such a rotten time during these early months but she’s out of the woods now and doing well. I think when you see it referred to as extreme morning sickness you don’t quite understand how debilitating it can be, but it truly is a grueling condition and can make it impossible to do anything else,” a source told E! News.