Coronavirus: Prince William lifts the lid on royal meal times

Prince William and Kate Middleton surprise bingo players at the nursing home

William told Ms Hutton: "You're a huge inspiration".

The duke heard children have been given giant teddy bears to hug because they have to socially distance from their carers.

"Staff are coming up with really innovative ideas and they're absolutely working". Given the fact that so many of us have made a decision to become full-time plant moms during quarantine, this green shade is absolutely flawless since it won't show that dirt that you've been therapeutically digging in for weeks now.

She said: "Eight and seven, 87".

During a series of video calls this week, the Duke also spoke to the team and beneficiaries of Finding Your Feet, which is a Paisley-based charity that provides physical and emotional support to amputees and those with limb absence across Scotland.

"It's very hard when you're behind a mask and goggles and aprons".

"But the long-term implications of school being missed, anxiety levels, family members sadly dying and the sort of general economic outlook".

What did you think of this story? "I hope when I find myself up in Glasgow in the near future I can come and see you guys in person and congratulate you".

The parents to Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis also held a bingo event for the care home residents, where they played the roles of announcers.

Child psychiatrist Dr Clare McKenna told him: "The children I work with don't understand social distancing".

"Very good. It wasn't as good as it should have been", the resident, Joan, responded when William asked her how he and Kate had done as bingo callers.

"The staff have been very creative and taken big smiling pictures of themselves and pinned those to their front, so the child knows what they look like under their mask", she said.

And while we've been able to get at least some version of a royal fashion fix thanks to all the Zoom meetings the duchess is holding, there's one thing that's missing: her shoes.



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