• Prince William visited residents of Queen’s Bay Lodge on his trip to Scotland.
• The Duke of Cambridge ate ice cream and flirted jokingly with members of the community.
• In other royal news, he’s the Queen’s favorite great-grandchild, according to a royal expert.
The post from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s Instagram account showed a video of Prince William chatting with an elderly resident as they ate ice cream. In the video, the prince was asked, “Can you stop flirting with the locals?” Prince William laughed as he said, “Sorry I’m trying not to, I don’t know who flirts the most!”
An eagle-eyed fan spotted something unusual in these photographs of Prince William in Scotland. as the prince was pictured chopping wood during the trip. A photo of his handyman skills was also included in the royal’s latest post.
The prince continued to chat with people in the local community and inspect the boys’ brigade guard. The caption read: “The communities associated with the Church of Scotland have done an incredible job of continuing to support each other during the pandemic – it was great to see some of them at work today. “
The post went on to say that this community uses social enterprises to help vulnerable people. The post read: “@grassmarketcommunity supports vulnerable people through community innovation and social enterprise – with projects ranging from an herb garden to a workshop for making furniture from recycled benches and social enterprise. ‘other wood from responsible resources. “
The legend also revealed that Prince William’s ice cream partner was a lady named Betty who resides at Queen’s Bay Lodge. The post read: ‘And, after inspecting a guard from the Boys’ Brigade, it was great to join Betty and the residents of Queens Bay Lodge for an ice cream and a chat – the care home is run by CrossReach, which supports more than 10,000 people. in Scotland living in difficult circumstances. “
Fans loved this post from the Duke and Duchess’s account and many took to social media to share their admiration. One fan said: “Diana would be proud. Another fan commented, “Oh, I love our Prince William. He’s just a lovely, kind and stable man. An old soul with a sweet heart, he just connects with everyone. Born to be king. “
The Duchess of Cambridge will join Prince William in Scotland from Monday, May 24. The couple’s social media account announced that the couple will travel to Edinburgh and Fife and then make their first official trip to Orkney Islands.