Prince William is more concerned with cooking teriyaki chicken than with Harry’s memoirs
Prince William seemed not to have the slightest concern about his brother Harry’s biography while participating in an activity at a support center for young people of Asian origin who are victims of gang violence.
The heir to the crown looked relaxed as he served meals at the halfway house activity. William was with the Together as One volunteers in Slough, Berkshire, for the commemoration of its 25th anniversary.
Wearing a blue apron, the Prince of Wales had a big smile as he cooked pasta with the youngsters . He showed no signs of concern after the release of Prince Harry’s memoir, titled “Spare”.
After meeting some of the charity’s staff, William joined a group of young carers who were taught nutrition and cooking skills by chef and teacher Kevin Muhammad .
The prince told the chef, “I make a good steak. My sauces come out quite dry or lumpy, I have to work on that . ”
The future got involved in the subject. She took off her jacket, put on an apron, and helped the group make teriyaki chicken. He then he tossed a bowl of precooked noodles into the chicken wok and simmered it.
Together as One was founded in response to incidents of gang violence among Asian youth in Slough in the late 1990s. The schemes include visits to youth centers and schools to teach skills around conflict resolution and how to improve community cohesion.