Inside the offices of Child Bereavement UK today (March 19th) the Duke and Duchess met with many eager faces, including members of staff, bereaved children and adults, like British culinary master Mary Berry.
Berry, famed chef, television presenter and host of the Great British Bake-Off, has been a patron of the charity for eight years, having lost her son, William in a car accident in 1989.
The Duchess of Cambridge was first to greet Berry, admitting that she and her sweet tooth love Berry’s recipes.
Then came Prince William, who said that the British treasure needed no introduction.
“My wife is a big fan of yours – and my tummy is a big fan!” William joked, according to the Daily Mail. ”I think I need some lessons,” he told Berry. ”You’ve been very busy racing around the country feeding the population.”
TRH spent time talking to those who are grieving, and working with children on a project aimed at demonstrating how they feel about their lost loved ones.
“Prince William then revealed his mischievous side by trying to pop bubble wrap,” Harrison noted.