Casual and fun, the prince William and Kate Middleton have played the animators, the stars of a game of bingo. Still confined to their home of Anmer Hall, in Norfolk, the duke and duchess of Cambridge continue to mobilize at a distance through video calls. On 21 may 2020, the couple spent part of his day to play bingo with the residents of a retirement home in Cardiff.
In turn, Kate Middleton and her husband have drawn the small colored balls in the wheel, before announcing the winning numbers to the residents of the other side of the screen. A party that is held in the right mood, though the couple is not yet quite to the point : “It was very good, was ultimately considered the winner of the day. But it wasn’t as good as it should have been.” A nice pike that has not failed to entertain prince William and his wife, lovely in her dress from L. K. Bennett : “We will try to do a little better at bingo the next time,” replied the British 37-year-old.
Since the beginning of the containment, which began in mid-march in the uk, the duke and duchess of Cambridge have multiplied the possibility of video conferences with various organizations they wanted to support in this time of health crisis. A mode of communication that they may well continue once the pandemic has passed, as they enjoy these interviews more intimate.
These appearances in the video are often an opportunity for the couple to give news of her three children, George, Charlotte and Louis (6, 5 and 2 years). Wednesday, during an exchange with the chef Charlie Farrally, prince William had confided that his elders were not the easiest to please at dinner time : “It depends on what is on the table, isn’t it, Charlie ? And that is the problem. If the parents are something that children love, the dinner is going very well. But you put it on the table something that they do not like, is another matter.”