During a recent charity visit, mum Kate joked about how their baking episodes at home don't usually go exactly to plan, with ingredients going 'everywhere.'
Kate and Prince William were visiting the charity Youthscape in Luton, where they got to watch a baking demonstration by teenagers supported by the charity.
Chocolate crispy cakes, everyone's favourite crunchy snack, were being whipped up, with margarine, sugar, golden syrup, cocoa powder and Rice Crispies as the ingredients.
As Kate watched the teens bake, she engaged them in conversation, asking them 'so what are you making? This smells seriously good!'. She also asked about ingredients: 'What are you putting in? Is this just chocolate? Golden syrup? Good, good.'
Understandably, Prince William was also curious about the treats, saying 'It smells very good in here. I think I've got time for just one. Can I try one?' before tucking into one and offering some to Kate, who nibbled it and said it was 'delicious.' If a prince and princess say your chocolate crispy cakes are delicious, then you definitely deserve a pat on the back!
Kate then revealed how she makes the same goodies at home with her son, saying 'When I try to do this with George at home, chocolate and the golden syrup goes everywhere.
'He makes so much mess. It's chaos.' We bet George loves his sweet treats, and is even open to sharing them!
William, Kate, Prince George and Princess Charlotte have just come back from a long holiday in France, with this appearance being the royal couple's first after a month-long time off.
Youthscape focuses on developing social, emotional and spiritual skills in young adults and children, and William and Kate were visiting the charity to furthermore raise awareness about mental health for children.