Kate Middleton and Prince William have given their royal fans further insight into life at home with their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
During a visit to the London Bridge JobCentre on Tuesday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spoke to employers who are helping people find jobs during the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.
Watch: Kate Middleton Made Bagels Wearing the Perfect Fall Dress and Mismatched Mask
At one point, they spent time with Lloyd Graham who works for a construction company and discussed how he is looking to hire workers for demolition work.
â€˜The children, especially Louis would love to come and watch that, to see the diggers, they love it,â€™ William said of their youngest son.
â€˜Donâ€™t forget Charlotte! Sheâ€™d love it too,â€™ Kate added.
During another conversation William joked: â€˜In terms of DIY, men think they can do everything when it comes to DIY. I think thatâ€™s why everything falls apart.â€™
Instagram posts on the Kensington Royal account of their royal visits to Brick Lane Beigel Bakery and East London Mosque see the royal couple making bagels and meeting volunteers at the London Muslim Centre who have helped members of their local community with delivering hot meals and medication to vulnerable individuals.
A visit to one of London's most iconic bagel shops to see behind the scenes! @beigel_bake was forced to reduce their opening hours during the pandemic but is back to 24hrs and continuing to support their local community ðŸ¥¯
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Volunteers at the London Muslim Centre have played a vital role in supporting members of the community, by helping to cook and deliver warm meals and medication to the most vulnerable during the pandemic. Beyond providing vital supplies, the team have also been providing befriending calls to the isolated, vulnerable and elderly and critical counselling, including supporting women affected by domestic violence. At the Centre The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met volunteers and beneficiaries of the project, and thanked them for going above and beyond to help others during this time.
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During their time in lockdown, the family of five have kept busy, with Charlotte making homemade pasta in the kitchen with Kate and delivering it to neighbours in Norfolk, and Louis creating finger-painting art in rainbow colours in tribute to key workers for the NHS.
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