Prince William and Meghan Markle may be pals, but don't expect the Duke of Cambridge to follow in his sister-in-law's cookbook footsteps anytime soon. The royal officially announced his patronage with The Passage (a charity dedicated to helping the homeless transform their lives) on Wednesday, and while helping prepare spaghetti bolognese at the center, the organization's Chief Executive Mick Clarke mentioned he was considering making a cookbook, similar to the one Meghan did with the Hubb Community Kitchen.
"You don't want any of my recipes — they are not worth being written in a book," William joked. "They are not very healthy either — a few burgers and pizzas." So that's where Prince George and Princess Charlotte get their love of pizza! William first visited the charity with Princess Diana back in 1993, and now he's become the royal patron. Even though William's skills in the kitchen may not be the best, maybe he can get a few pointers from Meghan? I hear she makes a mean roast chicken.