He told staff at King’s Lynn Ambulance station at Queen Elizabeth Hospital during his remote visit: “I am also concerned about the nation’s waistline with all the chocolate and cakes.
“I made a lot of pastries at home. Chocolate falls very well. “
Prince William recently revealed that he had taken up one of Kate’s favorite pastimes during the lockdown
William is likely to have been joined by his wife Kate and their three children to enjoy his new hobby
No doubt William was joined by his wife Kate and their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, in their kitchen.
The family spent the lockout in their country house, Anmer Hall.
The five took care of supporting front-line workers by delivering meals to vulnerable people and participating in the weekly applause of NHS workers.
The Duke’s love for chocolate was revealed during a video call with schoolchildren at Easter.
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The family spent the lock in their country house, Anmer Hall
While the couple wished everyone a Happy Easter, William reassured them: “There will be a lot of chocolate here, don’t worry! ”
With a smile, Kate quickly replied, “You keep eating it!” ”
William is well known for his sweet tooth and shares a love of chocolate cake with his grandmother, the Queen, and his mother-in-law, the Duchess of Cornwall.
During his visit to the King’s Lynn ambulance station, the Duke congratulated staff for their work during the pandemic and heard about the impact of the epidemic on crew mental health.
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During his visit to the King’s Lynn ambulance station, the Duke congratulated staff for their work during the pandemic.
In April, William and Kate launched the Our Frontline initiative to provide 24-hour mental health and bereavement support to frontline and key workers
In April, William and Kate launched the Our Frontline initiative to provide 24-hour mental health and bereavement support to frontline and key workers.
The program, which is supported by the Royal Couple Foundation, is managed in partnership with Mind, Samaritans, Hospice UK and the crisis text messaging service Shout85258.
The Duke of Cambridge was not the only royal to come out on Tuesday.
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall met with key workers outside the Royal Gloucestershire Hospital on a socially distant visit.
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Prince Charles saluted some of those he met with a “namaste” – clasping his hands – instead of a handshake.
Jeff Mills, 47, a health care assistant at Cheltenham General Hospital, said, “He talked about his personal experience, so it was a first-hand experience for him.
The royal couple met with consultants, nurses and housekeepers at the hospital near Prince Charles Highgrove’s estate.
“He also talked about his loss of smell and taste and, somehow, he still feels like he still does. “
The five took care of supporting front-line workers by delivering meals to vulnerable people and participating in the weekly NHS workers’ meeting
Camilla was also on hand to chat with staff and spoke about a recent family reunion.
Speaking of seeing her grandchildren for the first time since the lockdown, she said, “First time last weekend. Not kiss them, but see them – a great treat. ”
When asked if the country’s appreciation of the NHS had changed for good, the Duchess replied, “I think it is, you can tell by everyone who goes out every week to cheer – they have done the most remarkable things.
“The way they looked after people, the way they sort of kept control of everything, you know, it’s a matter of not panicking and going on and I think they are Britain to his favorite. “