Following their visit to Rotherham (pictured), the Duke and Duchess visited a Centrepoint shelter.
Last year alone, some 7,000 young people in Yorkshire and the Humber approached their local authority because they were homeless or at risk
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge got handy in the kitchen today before heading off to Prince Charles’s birthday party.
The couple were in South Yorkshire where they visited a project run by the homeless charity Centrepoint, a cause the prince was introduced to by his later mother, Diana, Princess of Wales.
At the charity's the Quarry View hostel in Barnsley – where 17 young people stay - William and Kate helped prepare lunch.
The prince stirred Omero’s Red Pepper and Chorizo soup as his wife sliced some breading, joking: ‘Don’t look at how evenly I cut it.’ Read more from The Daily Mail.