Kate Middleton, Prince William to participate in a rare royal vacation

Carla Harmon
December 2, 2019

"And you know, my grandmother becoming Queen at a very young age, in the days when it was a man's world, it was very hard for her to ... make a difference".

"In their own unique and distinct way, and you know, my grandmother and my grandfather together are the epitome of public service".

Addressing Mary, 84, at destitute philanthropy The Passage, which he previously chatted with his mom Diana, Princess of Wales matured 11, he stated: Growing up, both of my folks were enormously altruistic.

Set to premiere on BBC One on December 16, Mary Berry will be joined by the Duke and Duchess to go on a number of royal visits to.

"And I personally get a lot out of helping people", he continues. "He has remained involved in several different organizations that help the needy".

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Nadiya Hussain and Mary Berry with their completed Christmas meringue roulades within the winter chalet on the Rosewood London Lodge final month. Prince William revealed that he and his brother grew up in a household that highlighted charities, and it made them feel very lucky that they just had to give back.

Ms Berry then offers the Duchess recommendations on learn how to ice cupcakes.

Joined by the British TV cooking supremo Mary Berry, the fulcrum of the television show is to throw a party for those, who work or volunteer for charities and other organisations that help the needy over Christmas.

Cameras also followed William and Mary on a secret engagement to homeless charity The Passage last month, and on a secret visit by Kate and the TV star to The Brink in Liverpool - the UK's first dry bar - days later.

The BBC said of the programme: "Throughout the programme Mary will also be cooking some of her favourite Christmas recipes for viewers to try out at home as she helps prepare the festive food for a very royal event to thank all those working and volunteering over the Christmas period".

Washington D.C. [USA], Dec 1 (ANI): Seems like the Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge are ready to serve up a seasonal royal treat!

lA Berry Royal Christmas is on BBC1 at eight.30pm on Monday, December 16.

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