Prince George and Princess Charlotte may still be very young, but they're already trying their hand in the kitchen, their parents Kate and William revealed yesterday.
Despite their young age, the royal tots are already showing that they are two tiny talented chefs. We already knew they’re fans of Italian cuisine, but now it’s been revealed they also enjoy making it!
William and Kate were attending a royal engagement yesterday, where they were invited to help finish off dishes that were prepared for a community lunch at St Luke’s Community Centre, in London.
While preparing the food, Kate – who’s currently expecting her third child – revealed that Prince George and Princess Charlotte both love making pizza, because they like getting their hands messy.
‘I’ve done that with George and Charlotte – making pizza dough. They love it because they can get their hands messy’, she said, before telling someone else at the event: ‘I was just saying how I really enjoy making pizza dough with George and Charlotte because they like getting their hands messy.’
And it sounds like Prince George and Princess Charlotte aren’t the only ones with a love for pizza around Kensington Palace. At the same event, William told staff in the kitchen that both he and Kate enjoy cooking, and that one of his favourite dishes is pizza.
‘I love a lot of things, curries, really do love curries. I do like fish as well, I like Italian, pasta, and pizza, really love pizza’, he said.
But when it comes to the Italian classic, he’s not the one getting his hands dirty – he relies on his children to make it: ‘I don’t make it [pizza] but the children do. I just eat.’
George and Charlotte’s penchant for Italian food doesn’t stop at pizza – the pair also love pasta, as Kate has previously revealed.
‘Kate asked me what I like to do and I told her cooking. She asked me what and I said Italian like pizza and pasta and she said George loves that’, the woman said after her interaction with Kate’ a royal fan said after her interaction with Kate, during their royal tour of Canada in 2016.