Flour 'Explosion': Prince William Says Charlotte & George Are ‘Attacking’ Kitchen in Quarantine
Prince William shares the secret of keeping his kids excited during self-isolation: bake!
On Friday, the three-headed royal father visited a family-run bakery, Smiths The Bakers, in nearby King's Lynn, where he told the owners about his children's newly discovered love for the kitchen while he was in the coronavirus pandemic.
"The kids attacked the kitchen and there was just an explosion of flour and chocolate everywhere," William said of his children Prince George (6), Princess Charlotte (5) and Prince Louis (2), according to the Belfast Telegraph.
The little ones were not only busy in the kitchen, but William also said he "baked a little" and "Catherine baked quite a bit".
William joked that he was "concerned about the waist of the nation" with all the baking.
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"I think we all ate so many cakes and chocolates," he told bakery owners Paul and Teresa Brandon.
"The entire NHS team is so grateful that all local communities have given them lots of candy and chocolate, which is great for them," he added. “You have to be huge now and brush your teeth five times a day with the amount of sugar. "
Both William, who is celebrating his 38th birthday on Sunday, and Ms. Kate Middleton have made public commitments this week to strengthen local businesses that have reopened in the past few days after the corona virus shutdown.
During Williams' time at the bakery, which has been with King's Lynn for 50 years and reopened on June 15 after being closed for eleven weeks, he also spoke to employees about how the coronavirus restrictions affected the family-run company.
According to the Belfast Telegraph, he was told that the company needed to take a number of employees on vacation, but also how it adjusted its business model during the blockage by operating a local delivery service. New product lines were also sold to meet the demand for baking ingredients such as flour and sugar.
"The important thing is that businesses like yours can regain their footing and the high street and city feel a little more normal," said the Duke of Cambridge.
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Before leaving, William made sure his family brought a sweet treat home.
"I can't get in here and buy anything, so do you have a pain au chocolat at all?" He asked the sales outlet before joking: "My children won't talk to me if I show up without enough. ”
On Thursday, the Duchess of Cambridge made her first public outing since the closure began at a garden center in Fakenham near Notes Hall.
In the garden center, Kate met the owners and employees and heard about the measures they had to take to reopen the business safely. The family business was closed for seven weeks before reopening on May 15.
Earlier this week, William went on his first official public outing to an ambulance to honor rescue workers who have helped others in the past difficult months.
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