Prince William and Kate Middleton make chapatis with Sikh charity, video goes viral

Prince William and Kate Middleton make chapatis with Sikh charity, video goes viral

The two were able to make perfectly round dough balls before flattening them with a rolling pin.

Prince William and Kate Middleton were recently seen assisting a Scotland-based Sikh support charity called Sikh Sanjog by making chapatis and curries for some vulnerable communities of Edinburgh.

A video, which has been shared on the official Instagram page of 'Duke and Duchess of Cambridge', the couple can be seen trying their hands at making chapatis.

The two were able to make perfectly round dough balls before flattening them with a rolling pin.

The caption accompanying the video on Instagram mentioned that the Sikh Sanjog set up a service to provide hot meals twice a week during the lockdown to disadvantaged people in the community.

"Cooking up a storm with Sikh Sanjog 🍛 to prepare meals which for distribution to vulnerable families across the Edinburgh community.

“During the lockdown, Sikh Sanjog set up a service to provide hot curry meals twice a week to disadvantaged people in the community — and after joining them in the kitchen The Duke and Duchess joined one of their youth groups preparing entries for a competition to design the cover of their new book,” the post mentions.

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“Since 1989 Sikh Sanjog has been inspiring and empowering women in advancing their own life opportunities through building skills, confidence and promoting social inclusion,” the post added.

Prince William and Kate Middleton helped the Singh Sanjog group at a cafe kitchen at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the official residence of the Queen in Edinburgh.

The official Twitter handle of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shared some photos of the couple helping out the charity workers in the kitchen.

The post was captioned: “Cooking up a storm in the café kitchen at the Palace of Holyroodhouse with Sikh Sanjog, where The Duke and Duchess prepared meals to be distributed to vulnerable families across the Edinburgh community.”

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