The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Duchess Catherine, took part in a rather unusual activity during their latest video call.
- The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been keeping in contact with the people of Britain via video call throughout the coronavirus lockdown.
- This week they tried out a new and unexpected activity.
- This royal news comes after the Duchess of Cornwall revealed her biggest lockdown struggle.
The royal pair have been using technology to their advantage in light of the coronavirus lockdown and continued to carry out lots of royal engagements from the comfort of their Norfolk home, Amner Hall, thanks to the beauty of video conferencing.
The future King and Queen consort showed off their number announcing skills this week when they joined residents at a care home in Wales for a game of Bingo.
The iconic couple took turns drawing the bingo balls and calling them out for those living at the Shire Hall Care Home in Cardiff.
The pair had clearly scrubbed up on their bingo knowledge, making sure to use all the correct numerical rhymes when calling out the chosen numbers.
“Six and two, tickety-boo,” Kate said as she drew a ball and showed it to the screen.
Mentioning six-year-old son, Prince George, the Duchess added, “George would like this one — five and five, snake’s alive.”
“Two little ducks, twenty two,” William chipped in, before doubting his and Catherine’s skills, cheekily asking the crowd, “Are we drawing these numbers badly?”
Before the light hearted game, the duo delved into a deep discussion about the impact the coronavirus has had on care homes, with some of the staff from Shire Hall.
“If there’s hopefully some positivity that comes out of this horrendous time, it is that there’s a light shone on all of the wonderful things you all do and on the social care sector, and it allows people to acknowledge, respect and appreciate everything that you are doing,” Prince William assured.