PRINCE William may be royalty, but when it comes to parenting struggles he’s just like any other dad.
The Duke of Cambridge admitted that his three children George, 6, Charlotte, 5 and Louis, one, can be a little fussy at meal times.
William, 37, made the admission in a Zoom call with community chef, Charlie Farrally, at the PEEK Project (Possibilities for Each and Every Kid) on Tuesday.
Speaking on the call, Charlie said: “You’ll know yourself, the hardest time is dinner time.”
Chuckling, William replied: “”It depends what’s on the table. If parents put something on that children love, dinner time goes very well.
“But if you put something on the table they don’t want, that’s another ball game.”
Pizza is likely to be a hit with the Cambridge kids, with Kate previously revealing that Charlotte and George like to make their own.
When Kate made food for a Commonwealth Big Lunch at St Luke’s Community Centre in 2018, she said: “I’ve done that with George and Charlotte—making pizza dough.
“They love it because they can get their hands messy.”
The pair also love cheesy pasta, with the brother and sister both getting involved with the cooking.
But when it comes to the princess’s favourite food it seems that the five-year-old has a rather sophisticated palette with Kate revealing “Charlotte loves olives.”
William was given a virtual tour of the PEEK Project’s food truck based in Glasgow, where he is known as the Earl of Streatham, hearing of how they are “taking the pressure off parents” in lockdown.
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