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Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis surprise care home residents with cakes

Kate Middleton and Prince William have shown support for the Poppy Appeal by baking homemade cupcakes with their children. 

Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince Louis, two, baked the 'delicious' cupcakes, decorated with the The Royal British Legion's red poppy, for care home residents near their Norfolk home of Anmer Hall.

The royals showed off their impressive baking skills, in support of the the annual fundraising effort for the British Armed Forces, with a social media snap retweeted on their Kensington Royal Twitter account from the charity.  

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, pictured outside their Norfolk home of Anmer Hall, have shown support for the Poppy Appeal by baking homemade cupcakes with their children

The royals showed off their impressive baking skills, in support of the the annual fundraising effort for the British Armed Forces, with a social media snap retweeted on their Kensington Royal twitter account from the charity

The Royal British Legion shared a photo of the cakes on social media with the caption: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their family have shown their support for our #PoppyAppeal this year by baking these delicious poppy cakes which were delivered to our care home in Norfolk. @KensingtonRoyal. 

The charity added: 'There are many ways you can support this year, from baking your own cakes to doing a poppy run. #everypoppycounts @kensingtonroyal'.

The young royals spent their day baking for one of the Royal British Legion's Norfolk care homes, while George and Charlotte are on half term from their £19,000-a-year school, Thomas's Battersea, this week.  

It seems the Duke and Duchess are showing off their baking skills once again after impressing staff at East London's Beigel Bake Brick Lane Bakery last month. 

It seems the Duke and Duchess are showing off their baking skills once again after impressing staff at East London's Beigel Bake Brick Lane Bakery last month

Members of the Royal Family and dignitaries will attend the Cenotaph as usual next month to lay wreaths to remember the fallen in an event, which has been scaled down due to coronavirus.

Last year saw brothers Harry and William reunited to pay their respects to those who lost their lives during conflict, amid the ongoing rumours of the brother's long-standing feud. 

But it was reported earlier this month that Prince Harry will not be joining the Royals for this year's Remembrance Sunday service.  

It is expected that Prince Charles, Prince William and Princess Anne will lay wreaths while the Queen, Kate and Camilla will line up on the Foreign Office balcony. 

Last year saw brothers Harry and William reunited on to Remembrance Sunday to pay their respects to those who lost their lives during conflict

The traditional 11am service in London which is usually attended by thousands of people lining the streets, will this year only allow a limited number of people to attend. 

Some veterans will be invited to attend the service, which will be made Covid-secure.

It will be the first time in the Cenotaph's 100-year history when the poignant tribute to all those who've died in war will be closed off.

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