Keep calm and carry on…in the kitchen! Prince William beams with joy as he cooks with children

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The Prince of Wales beamed with joy as he got stuck into some cooking with children at a charity centre in Slough this morning.

Prince William, 40, spent the morning touring the Together as One headquarters in Slough ahead of its 25th anniversary next month.

The organisation was founded in the late 1990s in response to several incidents of gang violence between young people from Asian backgrounds in the Berkshire town.

The father-of-three appeared in good spirits as he greeted staff and volunteers at the centre before then getting stuck into making some chicken teriyaki and pasta dishes for lunch.

Keep calm and carry on…in the kitchen! Prince William beams with joy as he cooks with children

Prince William pictured cooking with young carers at the Together as One centre in Slough today

During the tour of the centre, Prince William learned about how the charity has spearheaded projects with an emphasis on mental health and tackling bullying, knife crime and racism.

He then took part in charity’s Global Grub cooking programme, which teaches young people how to cook nutritious meals amid the cost of living crisis. 

As he walked into the kitchen, the Prince exclaimed: ‘Oh it smells good in here!’ 

After being informed by chef Kevin Muhammad that they were prepping a chicken teriyaki dish, the father laughed: ‘What time is it? 10, 11 in the morning?’ It makes the stomach start rumbling!’

Prince William beamed with joy as he served out the chicken teriyaki he had made with young carers who rely on the charity

Prince William beamed with joy as he served out the chicken teriyaki he had made with young carers who rely on the charity

Prince William happily chatted with Daisha Nagawagi 12, and Inaaya Shahab, 13, during their cooking lesson

Prince William happily chatted with Daisha Nagawagi 12, and Inaaya Shahab, 13, during their cooking lesson

The Prince of Wales shakes hands with Ramae Bogle 13, during his visit to Together as One in Slough today

The Prince of Wales shakes hands with Ramae Bogle 13, during his visit to Together as One in Slough today

The Prince of Wales takes part in a cooking lesson with Daisha Nagawagi 12, Inaaya Shahab 13 and and Chef Kevin Muhammad

The Prince of Wales takes part in a cooking lesson with Daisha Nagawagi 12, Inaaya Shahab 13 and and Chef Kevin Muhammad

The Prince of Wales speaks with support worker Faizaan Hamid during his visit to Together as One

The Prince of Wales speaks with support worker Faizaan Hamid during his visit to Together as One

Prince William visited the centre ahead of his 25th anniversary next month. The Prince of Wales pictured speaking with staff and volunteers in Slough

Prince William visited the centre ahead of his 25th anniversary next month. The Prince of Wales pictured speaking with staff and volunteers in Slough

While getting stuck into cooking, William was joined by the charity’s young carers to hear about the work they do looking after parents and siblings and how they are supported by Together as One.

The Global Grub programme received £5k grant from the NHS Innovation Fund, which allowed the charity to convert a space in a local shopping centre into a kitchen. 

Prince William then met a group of young volunteers who have led a broad range of projects in their community, including providing clothes and meals for people experiencing homelessness, campaigning against violence against women and girls, and training their peers in schools to resolve their conflicts without resorting to violence.

Today’s engagement marked the first time William had been seen in public since Prince Harry’s latest attack on the Royal Family.

Today's engagement is the first time Prince William has been seen in public since Prince Harry demanded the Royal Family apologise to him and Meghan in an interview last week

Today’s engagement is the first time Prince William has been seen in public since Prince Harry demanded the Royal Family apologise to him and Meghan in an interview last week

Over the weekend, the Duke of Sussex has further demanded an apology from his family to his wife Meghan, as he told them: ‘You know what you did’ and urged them to ‘come clean’. 

In an interview with the Telegraph he said he wanted to help reform the monarchy so that his niece and nephews, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis would not be affected by the concept of the ‘spare’ in the same way he has been.

After expressing concern that one of the Prince and Princess of Wales’s children may end up also feeling like the ‘spare’, he claimed Prince William had ‘made it very clear that the children are not [Harry’s] responsibility’.

Despite several bombshell claims in his memoir, Harry has also revealed the first draft of the autobiography was twice the length of the final draft, but that he ended up leaving details out for fear that his family would not forgive him. 

Talking about his family, he said: ‘I wish you’d actually sit down with me, properly, and instead of saying I’m delusional and paranoid, actually sit down and have a proper conversation about this, because what I’d really like is some accountability. And an apology to my wife. 

‘Because you know what you did, and I now know why you did it. And you’ve been caught out, so just come clean, and then we could all move on.’ 

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Last week, Prince Harry sent shockwaves through the Royal Family when his memoir Spare hit stores.

In the book, Prince Harry alleged Prince William and Kate Middleton convinced him to wear a controversial Nazi uniform to a fancy dress party.

Elsewhere in the book, Prince Harry claimed his brother physically attacked him in his Nottingham Cottage home after branding Meghan Markle ‘rude’ and ‘difficult’. 

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