He’s recently clowned that he’s not a decent cook – now Prince Williams has conceded he’s not solid in human expressions and artworks division either.
Amid an ongoing illustrious commitment at The Passage, a London philanthropy for the destitute, the 36-year-old dad-of-three was approached to help get ready for an occasional party,
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🎄 Joining @PassageCharity service users for an arts and crafts workshop to prepare cards and gifts ahead of the centre’s Christmas party next week. The Passage has helped over 130,000 people in crisis since its formation in 1980, and runs the largest Resource Centre for homeless people in the UK — today The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge heard from frontline workers about some of the challenges relating to street homelessness, including drug addiction and mental health issues.
While being tasked with cutting the letter “E” for a “Welcome to Christmas Dinner” banner he said his eldest son, Prince George (5), doesn’t think too highly of his talents.
“My son knows I’m useless at this,” he said as his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge, laughed. “Catherine is the artsy one.”
Living up to her reputation as a bit of a domestic goddess the Duchess helped to make beaded bracelets for the charity. “Charlotte would love making these,” she said, referring to her and William’s three-year-old daughter.
In another reveal, 36-year-old Catherine recently let slip George’s nickname for his dad while talking to fans during a recent trip to Leicester, England, E! Online reports.
“Kate said William was playing football with the children last night and one of them said, I think it was George, ‘Are you playing football tomorrow, Pops?’ ” Leicester City Football Club fan Fiona Sturgess told reporters, the Daily Mail reports.