KATE, Duchess of Cambridge, may have inadvertently revealed an unknown passion of Prince George during a recent engagement.
Kate and Prince William paid a virtual visit to the Shire Hall Care Home in Cardiff, Wales, two days ago. After having spoken with staff at the care home and expressed their profound admiration for the work they are carrying out, Kate and William met the residents at the care home.
During their virtual visit, Kate and William hosted a game of bingo, delighting carers and residents.
Drawing bingo balls in turn, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge appeared to know enough about the game to be able to call the numbers using bingo’s most famous rhymes.
And as she was about to call a number, Kate mentioned her elder son Prince George, hinting he may have developed a passion for snakes.
Kate may have suggested Prince George likes snakes (Image: KENSINGTON PALACE/GETTY)
Kate and Prince William hosted a game of bingo for residents at a care home (Image: KENSINGTON PALACE)
The Duchess said: “George would like this one: five and five, snake’s alive!”
Prince William also made everyone laugh, including his wife, when he called “one and seven, dancing Queen”.
Kate and Prince William’s engaging visit to the care home was deeply appreciated by royal fans on social media.
One wrote on Twitter: “They’re so fantastic.”
Kate and Prince William paid a virtual visit to the Shire Hall Care Home in Cardiff (Image: GETTY)
Another said: “I love this. These two have been brilliant through lockdown”.
And a third added: “What a fantastic couple.
“This is how it should be done. Wonderful.”
Kate and Prince William during a rare interview with the BBC (Image: GETTY)
Kate and Prince William took part in the Clap for Our Carers initiative (Image: GETTY)
Kate and Prince William have been self-isolating at Anmer Hall, their Norfolk residence, since late March.
The Duke and Duchess have opened up about the challenges they met over the past few weeks, including homeschooling their three children, in a rare interview with the BBC.
Princess Charlotte and Prince George stopped attending the prestigious Thomas’s Battersea in London, on March 20, when the Government shut down all the schools across the country.
Ever since, the children have been seen in various pictures and video, as they took part twice in the weekly initiative Clap for Our Carers.
Prince George is third in line to the throne (Image: EXPRESS)
Kate and William also shared several snaps of Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte on their birthdays, respectively on April 23 and May 2.
While in Norfolk, Kate and William have continued to work from home, calling their patronages or backing new initiatives such as Our Frontline.
This new initiative was created by a group of mental health charities and provides essential workers with round the clock assistance.
Kate and Prince William are self isolating in Norfolk (Image: GETTY)
Upon backing this, Prince William pledged to make the mental wellbeing of key workers his and Kate’s top priority until the end of the pandemic.
Earlier this week, the Duke also held meetings focused on marine conservation and emergency respond.
Yesterday, the Court Circular shows, he held a phone call with Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft and co-chairman of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK