Charming and Kate descend to one of the great art capitals, London for the weekend to sniff out some trailblazing art that catches a very British sense of rebellion.

With a collection that spans from the 1500s to the present day, they start their journey at the Tate Britain in search of work by Britain’s best-loved living artist, David Hockney.

Next on the agenda is a visit to the National Gallery to seek out a Turner masterpiece that signalled a new direction for British art, before trailing the treasure troves of the Sir John Soane’s Museum for a secret William Hogarth work.

They make the trip south to visit the House of Dreams, a work of art in itself, finishing up at John Lewis, Oxford Street to spot a sculpture that hides in plain sight by one of Britain’s most important sculptors, Barbara Hepworth.