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.
William, who is known as the Earl of Strathearn in Scotland, was given a virtual tour of the PEEK Project's food truck (affectionately known as Peekachew), where they are making around 300 meals a day for children and families. "But if you put something on the table they don't want, that's another ball game". "But I think it will be on the other side of it we'll really have all the challenges that you mentioned".
A series of engagements, linked to the prince's role as the Queen's representative to the Church of Scotland's general assembly, have been replaced by a number of digital events to comply with lockdown restrictions. You are the embodiment of what can be done.More news: NASCAR's first race since coronavirus pause draws 6.32M viewers
Earlier this week, Prince william and Kate Middleton He chose to consult with some nursing home residents and their dedicated workers.
A third person added: "I like that - comes across as more personal!"
Buzz Bingo said: "As a mark of honour, we are going to propose a new bingo call - 58 will be dedicated to - William and Kate".
The charity's founder Corinne Hutton was given a five per cent chance of surviving sepsis in 2013 and had her hand amputated and legs amputated below the knee.More news: Singapore passes first Zoom-enabled death sentence to Malaysian man
Another video call allowed the prince to speak to representatives of the emergency services in Scotland and a mountain rescue volunteer. William told Ms Hutton: "You're a huge inspiration".
He called for more to be done to prepare emergency workers and volunteer responders for the traumatic experiences they will face at work.
Trading in their handle names, which first appeared in 2014, Wills and Kate have now given their accounts a more personal spin by opting for the title of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.More news: Lana Del Rey announces new album, responds to criticism of "glamorising abuse"