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Duchess visits art therapy project in north-west London

14 February 2014 Last updated at 21:40 GMT

The Duchess of Cambridge has toured a school in north-west London to meet young people benefiting from art therapy provided by one of her charities.

The Duchess opened a newly refurbished room at Northolt High School which has been transformed into a tranquil art studio and rest space.

The Duchess is royal patron of the Art Room, the charity behind the project.

BBC London's Helen Drew spoke to pupils at the school, head teacher Gloria Lowe and Juli Beattie, the founder of the Art Room.

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