Prince William has published that he realized the Royal recipe for serving the public from his grandparents, the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh.
"And you know, my grandmother became Queen at a very young age, in the days when it was a world of men, it was very hard for her ... to make a difference".
In her own one of a kind, particular way, and you know, my grandma and my granddad together are the embodiment of open help.
Mary will also join The Duchess of Cambridge behind the scenes at RHS Wisley, where she will tour the new Wisley playground, inspired by the "Back to Nature" garden she co-designed at the Chelsea Flower Show.
In his conclusion, William emphasized that he gets a lot out of helping others.
William also gave a special mention to his late mother Princess Diana for paving the way through her work for the homeless as well as tackling the stigma around aids. Chatting to Ms Berry on the London centre of The Passage, a homeless charity of which he's patron, he says: 'Increasing up, each and every of my dad and mom were hugely charitable. My father set up the Prince's Belief. He's fascinated about so many utterly different organisations.
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"Through our work, you have reaffirmed my belief of just how timely it is to focus on what happens in the early years of life, and how pivotal a stage of life this is for a child's future", Kate said in a speech about her early childhood development work back in May.
The BBC special, A Berry Royal Christmas, sees the former Great British Bake Off presenter, who has written more than 75 cookery books, join the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on several Royal engagements.
Ms Berry then offers the Duchess tricks on how to ice cupcakes. The two will be seen preparing festive food for the staff and volunteers of these charities.
The programme additionally reveals Kate, William and Mary as they be a part of former Bake Off victor Nadiya Hussain to whip up meals for an occasion celebrating emergency companies staff, nurses, armed forces personnel and others, that was hosted by the couple on the Rosewood Lodge in London final month.
Ms Berry said: 'I am honoured the Duke and Duchess invited me to join them on their charity engagements.
The programme will also see the royal couple take Mary to the charities they support where she will learn more about what they do.