Prince William reveals who's a better cook between him and Kate Middleton and jokes about his 'lumpy' sauces

The Prince of Wales opened up about his culinary skills and struggles during a cooking workshop in Slough on Tuesday morning

Prince William reveals who's a better cook between him and Kate Middleton and jokes about his 'lumpy' sauces
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Prince William revealed the better cook between him and Kate Middleton during a visit to a Slough charity on Tuesday, much to the delight of royal fans. 

Prince William has shared a sweet glimpse into his home life with Kate Middleton at Adelaide Cottage, revealing which one of them is better at cooking during his latest public engagement. 

The Prince of Wales visited Aik Sath, or Together as One, in Slough on Tuesday, where he met with the charity's organizers and users to learn more about its work and mission. 

The organization was set up 25 years ago in response to gang violence and today supports young carers in the local area by teaching them life skills, such as cooking healthy meals and food nutrition. The future King's appearance was initially planned to place in September but was postponed at the last minute after Queen Elizabeth II died aged 96 at Balmoral Castle

Having finally gotten around to rescheduling, Prince William was greeted by volunteers of the Slough charity shortly after arriving at the center at 10 am. 

Wearing a blue apron over his maroon jumper, the 40-year-old beamed as he joined young people for a cooking workshop in the center's kitchen. 

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Speaking to chef Kevin Muhammad, William also spoke candidly about his own culinary background. 

"I do a bit of cooking, Catherine is a very good cook," he revealed. "I'm a bit of a breakfast man, I do a good breakfast." 

"A full English?" Muhammad asked. 

"A full English breakfast," William replied, before adding, "Steaks, I cook a mean steak." He then revealed that he "occasionally" will whip up a peppercorn sauce, but admittedly struggles to achieve the ideal consistency. 


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"I do actually find the sauces harder," he said. "My sauces tend to come out quite dry and lumpy, so I have got to work harder on my sauces." 

Prince William later sat down with the service's staff and users to find out more about its positive impact on their lives. The royal reportedly discussed a number of pressing issues with the group, including the cost-of-living crisis and their concerns about gang violence and knife crime. 

Emma Dooney
Lifestyle News Writer

Hailing from the lovely city of Dublin, Emma mainly covers the Royal Family and the entertainment world, as well as the occasional health and wellness feature. Always up for a good conversation, she has a passion for interviewing everyone from A-list celebrities to the local GP - or just about anyone who will chat to her, really.

Emma holds an MA in International Journalism from City, University of London, and a BA in English Literature from Trinity College Dublin.