Prince William did not sugarcoat his review of the homemade batch of cupcakes.
The Prince of Wales, 40, stopped by Ipswich Hospital and Ipswich Ambulance Station on Friday for a surprise visit to thank paramedics for their work on the front line, which he is connected to as a former air ambulance pilot.
Footage from the visit was shared Tick Tock, where Prince William appeared on a video call to a group of teenagers at school. He was called by East Anglia Ambulance Service worker Kerry Gaskin, who had baked a batch of cupcakes with Union Jack flags, crowns and “HRH” in honor of the royal heir’s visit.
“Are you friends with Ed Sheeran? Who’s that guy on the corner?” The Prince of Wales asked, pointing at a young man with red hair as the students burst into laughter.
Prince William asked another question, asking: “Do you do any work?” when the students laughed “no” and explained that they were at lunch.
“Your mother feeds me her cakes,” the king continued, displaying the half-eaten treat. “They’re not very good. I told her she wasn’t going to win.” Bake‘ he added as he and Gaskin laughed.
News of William’s visit was announced on Twitter by East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Trust, which released photos of the prince chatting to staff and posing. East Anglia Ambulance Service shared more shots of the royal visit on social media, including a photo of the future king with Gaskin and a Union Jack cupcake.
“Last Friday we had the honor of welcoming @KensingtonRoyal to our Ipswich Ambulance Station. He took the time to meet and thank our staff for their hard work and dedication!” EEAST Ambulance Service on Twitter. “A big thank you to @kerryjgaskin for the incredible cakes, we heard they were a treat!”
Prince William and Kate Middleton are going back in time The Great British Bake Off. According to Evening Standard, William chatted about the beloved channel-changing baking competition during their 2016 engagement, and he and his wife teamed up with the original Bake judge Mary Berry for a special project in 2019. Prince William, Princess Kate and Berry team up for a BBC special Berry Royal Christmaswhere they were preparing a holiday party for some charities and organizations of the royal couple.
There, Princess Kate, 41, revealed that one of the Prince Louis’ first words were about the famous chef.
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“One of Louis’ first words was ‘Mary’ because he’s the height of all my cookbooks on the kitchen shelf,” Kate said of her youngest son, who was 1.5 years old at the time. Daily mail reported.
“Kids are really fascinated by faces and your faces are all over your cookbooks and he’d say ‘That’s Mary Berry’ … so he’d definitely recognize you if he saw you today,” she added.