Kate, William have plans to spread some cheer on this Christmas

Brenda Watkins
December 2, 2019

The royal couple will join Berry for the A Berry Royal Christmas BBC special this month, preparing a festive feast for those who work or volunteer for charities and other organisations over Christmas, Kensington Palace confirmed in an Instagram post.

In collaboration with TV Cook Mary Berry, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be preparing all-time festive favorites in a BBC special to premiere this month.

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The royal couple will be throwing a party for all the volunteers of charities that work hard to give the homeless a great Christmas celebration each year.

The Royal couple work alongside Ms Berry and Bake Off victor Nadiya Hussain to create roulades embellished with chocolate swirls and miniature Christmas timber.

It was truly special to see the causes so close to their hearts, as well as to hear all about the fantastic support these charities provide'.

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Viewers of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's Christmas TV special will come away feeling like they know Kate Middleton better than they did before, an insider has claimed.

It will be the culmination of A Berry Royal Christmas airing on BBC One on December 16.

Prince William and Kate Middleton got married in 2011 and they have three children Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, Prince George of Cambridge and Prince Louis of Cambridge.

We also learnt that The Duchess of Cambridge returned to The Brink in Liverpool, which she visited back in 2012. This collaboration with Mary Berry to highlight the contribution of the volunteer sector truly reverberates the Christmas spirit of giving and sharing. Chatting to Ms Berry on the London centre of The Passage, a homeless charity of which he's patron, he says: 'Growing up, both of my parents were hugely charitable.

'My grandmother becoming Queen at a very young age, in the days when it was a man's world, it was very hard for her to make a difference - and she's done it in her own very unique, distinct way.

It has allowed her to continue with the legacy of the royal family while making a difference in the ways of public service.

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