Did you know William and Kate were such avid bingo players?
Throughout the Covid-19 crisis, Prince William and Kate Middleton have been working tirelessly with the multitude of organisations they are associated with to keep spirits high.
Yesterday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined residents from the Shire Hall Care Home in Cardiff for their customary game of bingo.
As you can imagine, this ended up being quite the treat for the residents of the care home.
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William and Kate both took turns to pick the balls from the raffle and announce the numbers before taking some time to thank all of the care workers who are tirelessly out on the front line ensuring the safety and health of every citizen is looked after.
William can be heard cracking jokes with the workers as he quips 'I've never known Welsh people not to have fun'.
Overall, it is fair to say that the Cambridges have led the way in terms of the Royal Family's visibility during these trying times.
Every week they've been popping up on Zoom calls, be that with health care workers or those in need, and are really doing their bit to keep spirits high.
The effort given by the Cambridge's certainly won't be forgotten anytime soon, and it is clear from the reactions of these bingo players that their support means a lot.