The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been cooking with an Edinburgh community group which distributes meals to vulnerable families.
Prince William and Kate joined the staff at Sikh Sanjogto during their visit to Scotland. A video of the royal couple helping to cook and package the food as well as photographs of them speaking to staff were shared on their official Instagram page.
The post explained that the Sikh Sanjog organisation “prepare meals for distribution to vulnerable families across the Edinburgh community.”
It said that during lockdown, the organisation had been working hard and “set up a service to provide hot curry meals twice a week to disadvantaged people in the community.”
As well as cooking, Sikh Sanjogto run youth groups and work towards “inspiring and empowering women in advancing their own life opportunities through building skills, confidence and promoting social inclusion.”
In the photographs shared to the royals’ social media, Kate can be seen sitting and drawing with one of the children from a youth group, wearing a paisley floral mask which co-ordinates with her stunning blue suit.
The post explained that, “the Duke and Duchess joined one of [Sikh Sanjogto's] youth groups preparing entries for a competition to design the cover of their new book.”
Members of the public applauded the work the organisation did in Edinburgh and thanked Prince William and Kate for drawing attention to the cause.
“Such lovely work from Sikh Sanjog, and an excellent example of how to serve ones community,” read one comment.
Another added, “What a couple. Always so present and championing amazing causes. Well done!”
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