The young royals help their mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, bake cupcakes for the street party. Credit: Twitter/ Kensington Royal

William, Kate and children George, Charlotte and Louis bake cakes for Cardiff Jubilee street party

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been baking cakes for a Platinum Jubilee street party in Cardiff with George, Charlotte and Louis.

In photos posted on the royal couple’s official social media accounts on Sunday morning, Kate, Prince George, Prince Louis, and Princess Charlotte were photographed whipping up eggs and flour in a kitchen decorated with Union Flag bunting.

“Baking cakes for the local community in Cardiff to enjoy at today’s Platinum Jubilee street party!” read the caption. We sincerely hope you enjoy them!”

George and Louis, who are eight and four years old, are dressed similarly in navy blue polo shirts, while their younger sister, Princess Charlotte, is dressed in a baby pink polo shirt and later a navy and white striped t-shirt.

It came after the Cambridges made an unexpected appearance in Cardiff on Saturday as part of the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations in Wales.

On Saturday, George and Charlotte traveled to Cardiff with their parents for their first official outing in Wales.

The young Cambridges’ Jubilee baking effort isn’t the first time they’ve used their culinary skills.

The kids were seen delivering bags of fresh food and pasta made by their parents to vulnerable people in Norfolk who were being shielded during the first Covid lockdown.

Charlotte’s fifth birthday is in May 2020, and photos from her volunteer work were published to commemorate the occasion.

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In 2019, the family appeared on Mary Berry’s festive show A Berry Royal Christmas, hosted by the Great British Bake Off judge.

The royal children impressed onlookers with their music and technical skills during a surprise visit to Cardiff Castle during rehearsals for the Platinum Jubilee Celebration Concert taking place in the grounds.

Charlotte jumped at the chance to conduct the orchestra in a performance of the Disney film Encanto’s We Don’t Talk About Bruno.

Meanwhile, George, who is expected to be given the title of Prince of Wales one day, took command of the technical booth, taking full advantage of the chance to experiment with the sound and lighting decks by asking what all the buttons meant.

Before leaving to return to the London celebrations, they met a number of performers, including singer Bonnie Tyler and drumming weatherman Owain Wyn Evans, and greeted hundreds of well-wishers.

Hundreds of people are expected to attend the Big Jubilee Picnic in Cardiff’s Bute Park on Sunday, and similar events are planned across the country, including at Pembrey Country Park, Newport’s Beechwood Park, Swansea’s Oystermouth Castle, and Welshpool’s Maes-y-dre recreation ground.

Thousands of residents are holding Jubilee street parties, just like the rest of the UK.

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