The tennis workshop, which will be hosted by Judy Murray, will take place on Wednesday, February 24, in Edinburgh, Scotland.
The Duchess, née Kate Middleton, who is a huge fan of the sport and is often seen at Wimbledon tournaments, will team up for the workshop with Murray’s mom, as well tennis coaches, teachers and parents.
Judy Murray’s foundation Tennis on the Road seeks to encourage both children and adults to practice the sport.
Last year the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge enjoyed a day out at the Andy Murray-Vasek Pospisil quarter-final match at Wimbledon. The Scottish professional tennis player, 28, won.
Recently, it was reported that the Queen is set to hand over the patronage of the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club, which hosts Wimbledon championships, to the 34-year-old royal.
Also as part of their youth-oriented endeavors, Kate and William visited Dundee in Scotland last year, and met young people who had received BAFTA’s Young Game Designers award.
Duchess Kate and Prince William have been given permission to build a new tennis court at their country home Anmer Hall in Norfolk.