The Duke of Cambridge visited North Wales this Thursday, May 6. It was an official visit to the Men’s Shed. According to the organization’s website, it is “a national non-profit organization committed to promoting social relationships, practical projects and support opportunities.” The prince discovered that the organization encourages lonely and isolated men to take care of gardening and vegetables. “My wife takes care of all the gardening. I really like it, but I have no idea what I’m doing,” Prince William joked during the visit.
The Duke of Cambridge, 38, was pictured with a pink watering can in his blue suit accompanied by a green sweater. “It’s good to see that you have very beautiful watering cans. Pretty pink color. It’s a pretty mermaid. Very masculine for the Men’s Shed”, had launched Brian Penney, a coordinator of the Men’s Shed and to the prince to answer ” I always find something to embarrass people. “
Prince William joked his wife Kate “does all the gardening” at home but revealed she’s trying to teach him the basics so he has something to share with Prince Charles as he visited Brighter Futures in Rhyl today, which supports local community projects #royal pic. twitter.com/kyRBVodzve
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“Kate introduces him to gardening”
Prince William and Brian Penney chatted after the event. “He told me Kate was introducing him to gardening. She’s going to give him Monty Don’s book. He said she wanted him to do it because Charles is interested in it, and it’s is something they can enjoy together. He was such a down to earth, such a kind man, “Penney said following this discussion with the prince.
Prince William also visited Brigther Futures, an organization that has greatly assisted those in need during this pandemic. An opportunity for the prince to congratulate each of the members for the work accomplished during this period of crisis.
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