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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge help feed the homeless in South Yorkshire

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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge help feed the homeless in South Yorkshire

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge help feed the homeless in South Yorkshire

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge step out in South Yorkshire and into the kitchen to prepare a meal for a homeless charity.

Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge – formally Kate Middleton – were in South Yorkshire on Wednesday where they visited a project run by the homeless charity Centrepoint, a cause the prince was introduced to by his later mother, Diana, Princess of Wales.

At the charity’s the Quarry View hostel in Barnsley – where 17 young people stay – William and Kate helped prepare lunch.

The couple donned aprons when they arrived at Centrepoint, and immediately began helping with lunch preparations. In a sweet video shared on Twitter, Prince William can be seen stirring soup while the Duchess cuts bread.

According to chief foreign correspondent of People, Simon Perry, Kate said to onlookers, “Don’t look at how evenly I cut it,” as she nervously carved slices.

Britain’s Duchess of Cambridge smiles during a visit to McLaren Automotive’s new Composites Technology Centre in Rotherham, Britain November 14, 2018. REUTERS/Andrew Yates/Pool 

Earlier in the day the royals attended the opening of McLaren Automotive’s new Composites Technology Centre in Yorkshire. For the occasion, the Duchess wore a chic blue coat dress, featuring a belted waist, shirt buttons, and a collar. She paired the outfit with a leather clutch from Smythson and Rupert Sanderson suede pumps.

Britain’s Prince William, and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge during their visit to McLaren Automotive’s new Composites Technology Centre. REUTERS/Andrew Yates/Pool

Rotherham’s revamped McLaren Composites Technology Centre will be used to innovate the process of designing and constructing lightweight carbon fibre ‘tubs’, which form the internal shell of all McLaren cars.

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