Kate Middleton’s ‘heart-warming’ moments in the Mary Berry Christmas TV special

The Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge Team Up With Mary Berry For The Ultimate Christmas

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and "The Great British Bake Off" star Mary Berry have announced "A Berry Royal Christmas". The Duke, Duchess and Mary, along with some very special guests including @nadiyajhussain host a Christmas Party to thank and acknowledge staff and volunteers from charities and organisations who will be working tirelessly over the Christmas period. 2.

In a BBC special premiering this month, TV Cook Mary Berry will be busy in her kitchen cooking favorite Holiday recipes while William and Kate will be busy helping her out.

According to The Telegraph, Mrs. Berry is very honored to join the royal couple and is looking forward to learning about the organizations near to the Duchess' heart.

Although an exact airdate for the one-off hour special has yet to be revealed, viewers can expect A Berry Royal Christmas to air on BBC1.

The programme will see the nation's favourite chef, Mary Berry, join Prince William and Kate at some of their charitable engagements over the course of the year.

The royal couple agreed to help set up the event to make these volunteers and workers know that the royal family recognizes their hard work and dedication for the betterment of society.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge teamed up with Mary Berry to cook up a festive storm for some of their patronages, and their baking session will be on TV! "I am honoured that The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have invited me to join them on four of their royal charity engagements this Christmas".

During her two days at the hospital, the Duchess of Cambridge "shadowed midwives and other professionals at the hospital to learn more about children's early years of development", People reports. They will also be meeting several people whose lives have been changed for the better by volunteer programs and the people behind them.

Addressing Mary, 84, at destitute philanthropy The Passage, which he previously chatted with his mom Diana, Princess of Wales matured 11, he stated: Growing up, both of my folks were enormously altruistic.

"And you know, my grandmother became Queen at a very young age, in the days when it was a world of men, it was very hard for her ... to make a difference". Furthermore, Prince William said that by learning more about these charities, one is able to reach out to give more.



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