JanPrince William and Kate Middleton helped prep a meal at the homelessness charity Centrepoint
Kate wowed in a blue belted Eponine London dress she previously wore in Jan. 2017.
At the charity’s hostel — which serves young people from the area — William and Kate helped prepare lunch by stirring Omero’s Red Pepper and Chorizo soup and cutting bread.
“Don’t look at how evenly I cut it!” Kate jokingly told others in the kitchen.
The soup was the winning recipe in the “Big Broth” project, which raises money for Centrepoint through grocery sales.
William took a tray and gingerly walked into a second kitchen to sit down with two young people who’ve been helped by Centrepoint and two staffers for a bite to eat.
As they sat down, William tried to put his neighbors at ease by noting, “This is not your usual lunch.”
Added Kate: “I think I cut some rather big slices.”
“Don’t be put off by the size of Catherine’s bread,” William countered. “They’re enough to wedge the door.”
As the couple sat down to lunch, William joked with 23-year-old Chelsea Jenkins about a “protocol card” guests had received.
“He just laughed about it,” Jenkins says. “He said something about updating it.”
Earlier in the day, around 15 miles away in Rotherham, the couple visited car-maker McLaren Automotive’s new Composites Technology Centre, meeting those working in the factory and chatting to some of McLaren’s STEM Ambassadors about their work encouraging children to get involved in science-based learning and careers. William and Kate, along with Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex have regularly encouraged young people to follow a path into STEM subjects at school, university and into careers.