"I hope my long-term commitment to working in the early years will help make a difference over a generational timescale". The pair posed for an adorable photo with Berry, and it's clear that their appearance on the cooking special is going to get everybody into the Christmas spirit.
The Duke and Duchess will use the opportunity to highlight some of their favourite charities, taking cookery legend Berry to meet some of the recipients of those organisations whose lives have been changed for the better by the voluntary sector's help.
The special will be the culmination of "A Berry Royal Christmas" airing on December 16 at BBC One.
The TV special also sees Prince William praise the work of his grandmother the Queen. The Duke paid tribute to his parents and grandparents for their charity work: "Growing up both of my parents were hugely charitable". I find that you hear and you understand and you learn so much more by giving a bit of your time, a bit of your day, to just be around'. My father set up the Prince's Belief.More news: Facebook's Irish users to trial data transfer service
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Nadiya Hussain and Mary Berry with their completed Christmas meringue roulades within the winter chalet on the Rosewood London Lodge final month.
My mom has done her work with vagrancy and as you said AIDS and different foundations and I think Ive experienced childhood in a family unit which has been particularly an instance of 'well, were fortunate - you should give back'.
They then reunite on the Royal Horticultural Society's backyard at Wisley, Surrey, the place the Duchess offers the 84-year- outdated cook dinner a tour of the Again To Nature backyard she co-designed for the Chelsea Flower Present.
The official Instagram account for the royal couple posted several pictures of what the public can expect from A Berry Royal Christmas.More news: Wintry weather wreaks holiday weekend havoc across much of the U.S.
Washington D.C. [USA], Dec 1 (ANI): Seems like the Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge are ready to serve up a seasonal royal treat!
The trio will visit a number of charities close to Prince William and Kate's heart.
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