Prince William is doing his part to help those in need.
The royal recently paid a secret visit to a charity called The Passage, which aims to provide resources for those in the homeless community. According to the organization's official Twitter account, the Duke of Cambridge worked alongside a group of volunteers to help pack meals for homeless residents—and lucky for royal fans, we've got a pic.
In the photo, William dons an apron and a face mask as he prepares several bags of food with a fellow volunteer. According to the linked article in the tweet, the duke also spoke with a few of the homeless residents about their experiences.
This isn't the first time that the duke has been to the Passage Charity. Prince William made his first visit with his late mother, Princess Diana, and Prince Harry back in 1993. Since then, he's remained a loyal supporter of the organization and made several more visits.
In 2019, the royal couple posted a snap of the visit to their Twitter account and wrote, "The Duke of Cambridge first visited The @PassageCharity as a child in 1993 with his mother Diana, Princess of Wales, and has made additional visits at various points over the last twenty-five years."
The royals even shared a photo of William and his mother's signatures in the guestbook, writing, "This entry in The @PassageCharity visitor’s book marks The Duke of Cambridge's first visit with his mother Diana, Princess of Wales in 1993."
Always amazing to see Prince William giving back!
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