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FoodWhy Prince William Won't Be Following in Meghan Markle's Cookbook Footsteps

02:35  14 february  2019
02:35  14 february  2019 Source:   people.com

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Meghan Markle is definitely the cook in this royal family! Prince William sported an apron as he helped prepare spaghetti bolognese during his Wednesday visit to The Passage, the UK’ s largest resource center for homeless and insecurely housed people. However, the 36-year-old royal made it

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Prince William sported an apron as he helped prepare spaghetti bolognese during his Wednesday visit to The Passage, the UK’s largest resource center for homeless and insecurely housed people. However, the 36-year-old royal made it clear that he wasn’t a pro in the kitchen.

“I’m chopping up carrots with an enormous bread knife – this is going to go well,” he said sarcastically. “This isn’t going to go well.”

The royal dad of three added as he peeled the carrots, “So far, so good. My fingernails might go at this point.”

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Prince William sported an apron as he helped prepare spaghetti bolognese during his Wednesday visit to The Passage, the UK’ s largest resource center for So basically, Meghan and Harry are taking the " following in Diana' s footsteps " thing very literally. Funnily enough, they'll also follow in Prince

Why Prince William Won ' t Be Following in Meghan Markle ' s Cookbook Footsteps . Prince William sported an apron as he helped prepare spaghetti bolognese during his Wednesday visit to The Passage, the UK’ s largest resource center for homeless and insecurely housed people.

Mick Clarke, the organization’s chief executive, said The Passage was considering making a cookbook, not unlike the collection of recipes William’s sister-in-law Meghan helped create with members of the Hubb Community Kitchen to benefit victims of the Grenfell Tower tragedy.

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However, the prince said he doesn’t share Meghan’s culinary talent.

“You don’t want any of my recipes – they are not worth being written in a book,” William explained. “They are not very healthy either – a few burgers and pizzas.”

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Prince William looked very comfortable in the kitchen, rolling up his sleeves before chopping and slicing the carrots. LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 13: Prince William , Duke of Cambridge visits the Passage, which is the UK' s largest resource centre for homeless and insecurely housed people on

Prince William and Meghan Markle may be pals, but don' t expect the Duke of Cambridge to follow in his sister-in-law' s cookbook footsteps anytime soon. The royal officially announced his patronage with The Passage (a charity dedicated to helping the homeless transform their lives) on Wednesday

William also spoke of his concern for the homeless during the winter.

“I always worry when I hear the snow forecast in London,” he said.

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Ahead of William’s visit to The Passage on Wednesday, it was announced that he has become the organization’s Royal Patron.

William has visited the charity on a number of occasions since 1993, when he first visited with his late mother, Princess Diana. His name is even in their guest book from that visit, right under his mother’s.

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Prince Harry and pregnant wife Meghan Markle follow in the Queen’ s footsteps as they greet the crowds from the Grand Pacific Hotel, Fiji. Meghan Markle - The Duchess of Sussex. Prince William . Meghan Markle shares sneak peek of charity clothing collection in Instagram clip.

All being well, Prince William ’ s time as King of England is a long way off. His grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, 92, is still going strong with the immaculate As the newlywed Duchess of Sussex and an official patron of the Royal Foundation, Meghan Markle already carries a lot of responsibility, having

Those childhood visits, William said during a May 2016 visit to The Passage, made an impact on him and his brother, Prince Harry.

“The visits I made as a child to this place left a deep and lasting impression upon me – about how important it is to ensure that everyone in our society, especially the poorest, are treated with respect, dignity and kindness, and are given the opportunities to fulfill their potential in life,” he shared.

Meghan’s project, Together: Our Community Cookbook became a bestseller and has already made an astonishing difference for the kitchen. Instead of just two days a week, the Hubb Community Kitchen is open for seven. The kitchen is also now preparing 200 meals a day, which are delivered to local groups, including elderly people’s homes, homeless shelters and women’s refuges.

Why Prince William Won't Be Following in Meghan Markle's Cookbook Footsteps© Shutterstock Meghan Markle visits Hubb Community Kitchen in November | Shutterstock Why Prince William Won't Be Following in Meghan Markle's Cookbook Footsteps© Chris Jackson/Getty Images Meghan Markle visits Hubb Comunity Kitchen in November | Chris Jackson/Getty Images

Meghan, 37, visited in November to see how the funds from the cookbook are being put to good use — the kitchen has already been completely redesigned and re-fitted.

The new facilities provide “a safe and professional space for the women to cook, gather and run activities within their community,” Meghan’s office at Kensington Palace says.

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