Here’s What Kate Middleton Enjoys Making With Prince George And Princess Charlotte In The Kitchen
The Duchess of Cambridge has revealed more details about her family life. Kate Middleton divulged that her young children love to cook.
Getting Messy In The Kitchen
The revelation follows well-publicized information about how much George loves the police, and how Charlotte loves to dance.
Now, it seems, a third item can be added to the favorite activities of the royal kids.
Middleton opened up about how much her children love to get messy in the kitchen, particularly when making pizza.
The pregnant Duchess was visiting St. Luke's Community Centre in London, where she was helping to prepare food for the upcoming Commonwealth Big Lunch when she gave the insight into her family life.
"I've done that with George and Charlotte — making pizza dough. They love it because they can get their hands messy," she said.
Unlike her two young children, who are learning to speak Spanish from their nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, Middleton cannot speak the language.
George, 4, can reportedly count up to ten in Spanish, while two-year-old Charlotte is picking up a few words here and there.
The Final Countdown
On Thursday, the 36-year-old Duchess was carrying out her last public engagement before officially going on maternity leave. Her day started with the SportsAid event at Olympic Park, where her husband, Prince William, accompanied her.
The royal couple watched a wheelchair basketball session together and met the players afterward. They also watched a media training session for young athletes before taking part in a Commonwealth Quiz.
At the Big Lunch, in Islington, they met locals and helped put the finishing touches on the meal. The initiative helps to encourage members of the community to sit down together for a meal once a year.
King Of The Kitchen
The kids enjoy making pizza dough, but Prince William enjoys preparing a signature dish for family dinner, and he talked about it towards the end of last year.
"I do like cooking, but I'm not very good. I like a roast. So a bit of roast chicken or a steak," he revealed.
The menu at George's exclusive school, Thomas's Battersea, may have already given the kid a taste for fine dining. It includes lamb ragout with garlic and fresh herbs and salmon fillet with salsa verdi.
If the little ones get bored with those options, it doesn't matter, as the menu cycle changes every three weeks. It makes sense, considering parents fork out a whopping $23,000 a year to send their children there.