Despite being stuck at home and unable to carry out their official royal duties IRL, Prince William and Kate Middleton have kept up with their patronages via Zoom amid the ongoing pandemic. Their most recent video call was with residents of nursing home during a game of bingo. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge acted as the Bingo Callers.
"On Wednesday, Their Royal Highnesses joined residents from the Shire Hall Care Home in Cardiff via video call as they played bingo in the home’s cinema," The Royal Family's YouTube page reads. "Shire Hall provides residential, nursing and dementia care and is part of Hallmark Care Homes, a family-run care provider with 19 care homes across England and Wales."
By the looks of the video, which was shared on YouTube and the Cambridge's social media accounts, everybody had a ton of fun during virtual bingo—especially William and Kate.
"A big thank you and goodbye to everybody and we'll try to do a bit better at Bingo next time," The Duke of Cambridge joked at the end of the game. "And enjoy your cake." Kate added, "Stay safe everybody and thank you for your time today. Lovely to meet you all today."
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