Prince William and Kate Middleton surprise bingo players at the nursing home

Prince William and Kate Middleton surprise bingo players at the nursing home

"I know it's unprecedented and it's quite scary and it's daunting, but you're all making a huge difference so please pass on to all your teams how grateful everyone is and how appreciative everyone is for everything they're doing at the moment", he said. Father-of-three William laughed and replied: "It depends what's on the table".

"But if you put something on the table they don't want to do, that's another ball game".

Speaking to representatives of the Peek Project, he said the success of his family meal depend very much on "what's on the table". "But I think it will be on the other side of it we'll really have all the challenges that you mentioned". You are the embodiment of what can be done.

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linked to the prince's role as the Queen's representative to the Church of Scotland's general assembly, have been replaced by a number of digital events to comply with lockdown restrictions.

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A third person added: "I like that - comes across as more personal!"

Despite being stuck at home and unable to carry out their official royal duties IRL, Prince William and Kate Middleton have kept up with their patronages via Zoom amid the ongoing pandemic. In the call, earlier this month, William told the five health professionals: "It must be very hard not being able to provide that human touch, that kind of face-to-face care". Support from the National Emergencies Trust Coronavirus Appeal and Foundation Scotland at the beginning of the pandemic allowed them to adapt their services to provide online and telephone counselling. After setting up the charity to help others she became the first quadruple amputee to climb Ben Nevis, the first female quadruple amputee to climb Mount Kilimanjaro and the first Scot to receive a double hand transplant.

William was told that innovative ways have been thought up to put vulnerable children at ease during the coronavirus crisis. "I'm so pleased the NET have found you and you've found them and that relationship is helping".

He called for more to be done to prepare emergency workers and volunteer responders for the traumatic experiences they will face at work. The social media account also covered Prince Harry and Meghan Markle until past year when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex created their own office at Buckingham Palace and launched their own Instagram account, which is now defunct following their royal exit.

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