The Prince William and Kate Middleton continue to get news of their fellow citizens in full health crisis. On September 15, 2020, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge donned their masks to meet several communities in London facing the coronavirus pandemic. Passing through the multicultural district of Whitechapel, east of the capital, the couple did not hesitate to get their hands dirty.
The parents of George , Charlotte and Louis (7, 5 and 2) notably visited the bakery Beigel Bake, a well-known address on the shopping street of Brick Lane. Prince William and Kate Middleton weren’t content with a simple royal hello, as they donned aprons and participated in the making of bagels, the house specialty. Once again, the Duchess of Cambridge recycled one of her clothes by wearing a red floral dress from Beulah London , already seen during a video conference carried out during the confinement, last May. A model still on sale at a price of 595 euros.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been out in Whitechapel today visiting the famous @BeigelBake In Brick Lane – part of a day of engagements to highlight how communities have been coping during the #Covid pandemic pic.twitter.com/r2VKkV3vsg
— Rebecca English (@RE_DailyMail) September 15, 2020
Earlier today, the couple began their tour by visiting a job center near London Bridge, where they spoke with job seekers affected by the pandemic. Prince William and his wife also visited a mosque in east London and a Muslim center in Whitechapel where volunteers are mobilized to help the most vulnerable, distributing meals, hygiene products and medicine.
The Cambridges seem to have indeed left their home at Anmer Hall, in Norfolk, where they spent the confinement in the green with their children, while remaining mobilized at a distance, not videoconferences. The little family has certainly returned to their apartments at Kensington Palace since last week George and Charlotte made their return to school at their St Thomas’s Battersea school. A relief for Prince William …