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Kate Middleton, Prince William change name on Twitter and Instagram

Kate Middleton, Prince William change name on Twitter and Instagram Prince William and Kate Middleton surprise bingo players at the nursing home
Adrian Cunningham | 23 May, 2020, 10:56

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have their royal office at Kensington Palace, their official residence in London where they live with their three children.

He called for more to be done to prepare emergency workers and volunteer responders for the traumatic experiences they will face at work. "Visit our YouTube page through our story to see more". 'Those on the video call also highlighted the unique challenges that young people in care face when schools are closed and normal life has significantly changed, ' said a Kensington Palace spokesperson.

'Catherine's going to pick out the first ball, ' William announced as he spun a red ball cage, which had been delivered to their Anmer Hall home in Norfolk. "It was very nice and it was a great morale boost", she said. For example, Prince William referred to B-2 as "one little duck, No. 2". The nursing home residents cheer upon hearing the reference.

After the game, the William asked if they were calling out the numbers correctly. When considering the royal novices' performance, residents were heard saying that it "wasn't as good as it should have been" and "they haven't done so well in the bingo there". "It wasn't as good as it should've been".

The prince also spoke to Michaela Collins, who started visiting Peek when she was aged nine before becoming a volunteer, and then chief executive.

So they set up a video call with the Shire Hall Care Home in Cardiff.

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The royal couple got involved running a bingo event for the care home residents. They've replaced "Kensington Palace" with the more fitting "Duke and Duchess of Cambridge".

Earlier, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly had rented a mansion next door to their pals Sir Elton John worth £8million.

It comes after they spoke on The Mental Health Minute, a message that was broadcast on Monday across all United Kingdom stations at 10.59am.

During the broadcast, the Duchess said: "If you're struggling, it's important to talk about it".

He added: "I know it's unprecedented and it's scary and it's daunting, but you're all making a huge difference, so please pass on to all your team how grateful everyone is and how appreciative everyone is at what they're doing at the moment".