Published: Tue, December 03, 2019
Culture | By Margie Dunn

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Chatting with meals author and TV cook dinner Mary Berry as a part of a BBC1 Christmas particular, William tells warmly of how the Queen, who got here to the throne when she was exclusively 25, defied the challenges of "a man's world".

All of this and more can be seen in the Berry Royal Christmas special which airing December 16 on BBC One.

Prince William and Kate Middleton are excited for the holidays, and they are preparing something special for everyone.

On Nov. 30, Kensington Palace confirmed reports that the royals and the celebrity baker will star in "A Berry Royal Christmas", slated to air on December 16 on BBC1.

The programme also shows Kate, William and Mary as they join former Bake Off victor Nadiya Hussain to whip up food for an event celebrating emergency services workers, nurses, armed forces personnel and others, that was hosted by the couple at the Rosewood Hotel in London last month.

'And I for my portion get quite a bit out of helping folks.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Mary Berry attend the "Back to Nature" festival at RHS Garden Wisley in September in Woking, England.

His praise will provide a welcome boost to the Queen, who has seen controversies swirling around Prince Andrew and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex create her most challenging year since the so-called "annus horribilis" of 1992.

The royal couple will be throwing a party for all the volunteers of charities that work hard to give the homeless a great Christmas celebration each year.

"Prince William said Kate used my recipes", Berry said in a 2013 magazine interview. Chatting to Ms Berry at the London centre of The Passage, a homeless charity of which he is patron, he says: 'Growing up, both of my parents were hugely charitable.

Prince William also believes that the challenges his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, had to take when she was made queen at a young age made her unique in her own way. He added that Prince Charles, his father set up the Prince's Trust and he's involved in so many different organisations. He said he considers himself lucky for having grown in a household that gives back.

"It seems to me that you listen and understand and learn much more by spending a little of your time, a little of your day, to be close".

Also during the special the Royals will be highlighting some of their favorite causes and charities.

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