Prince William and Kate Middleton joked about a relatable parenting problem with their children.
Prince William couldn’t control himself and let out the eating habits of his children.
Talking to a community chef, Charlie Farrally, at the PEEK Project (Possibilities for Each and Every Kid) in Glasgow, Prince William admitted that the success of his family meals with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis depends very much on “what’s on the table”. During the conversation, Mr Farrally quoted: “You’ll know yourself, the hardest time is dinner time.” Father-of-three lovely kids, William laughed and replied: “It depends what’s on the table. If parents put something on that children love, dinner time goes very well, otherwise it’s another ball game.”
For those who don’t know, Prince William is also known as the Earl of Strathearn in Scotland. He was given a virtual tour of the PEEK Project’s food truck where they make 300 meals a day for children and families.
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Prince William and Duchess Cathrine have been conducting out their duties remotely since the coronavirus lockdown was imposed in March. The future King and the Queen consort have been residing at their Norfolk home with six-year-old Prince George, five-year-old Princess Charlotte and two-year-old Prince Louis.
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During a series of video calls, Prince William also spoke to the team and beneficiaries of Finding Your Feet. It is a Paisley-based charity that grants physical and emotional support to handicapped and those with limb absence across Scotland. Support from the National Emergencies Trust Coronavirus Appeal and Foundation Scotland at the beginning of the pandemic allowed them to adapt their services to provide online and telephone counselling.
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William then called Lifelines Scotland to hear from representatives from the Scottish Ambulance, Police, Fire and Rescue services and Scottish Mountain Rescue about how they are working collaboratively with one another to embed mental health and wellbeing support across their services.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge launched the Our Frontline initiative in April. The initiative brings together a number of services to provide workers with round-the-clock one-to-one support.
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