ROLLING IN THE DOUGH - KATE AND WILLIAM MARK RETURN TO LONDON LIFE
OK! UK|September 29, 2020
ROLLING IN THE DOUGH - KATE AND WILLIAM MARK RETURN TO LONDON LIFE
THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE VISITED COMMUNITIES IN EAST LONDON, BUT ROYAL EXPERT KATIE NICHOLL REVEALS IT’S BEEN AN EMOTIONAL RETURN TO KENSINGTON PALACE
KAT ROMERO
After months in lockdown at their Anmer Hall home in Norfolk, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge marked their return to London life with a public engagement, spending time with communities in east London to hear how the past six months of the Covid-19 pandemic had impacted their life.

Kate looked elegant in a Beulah London dress that she first wore back in May, Missoma earrings and a pair of Ralph Lauren heels. But that didn’t stop her and William getting stuck in as they paid a visit to Brick Lane’s famous Beigel Bake and headed to the kitchen to try their hand at kneading the dough.

The pair had begun their day at the London Bridge Jobcentre. Later, they headed to the nearby East London Mosque & London Muslim Centre in Shadwell, where they chatted with volunteers who cooked and delivered meals to the vulnerable members of their community during the pandemic.

But royal expert Katie Nicholl exclusively tells OK! that the couple’s move back to the capital has been bittersweet after they fell even more in love with country life during lockdown.

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September 29, 2020