Kate Middleton Recycles Her Floral Face Mask to Visit a Senior Care Home with Prince William

Kate Middleton and Prince William are masking up.

The couple continued their day in Wales on Wednesday with a visit to the Shire Hall Care Home in Cardiff. For the first time, William and Kate wore face masks together as a precaution amid the coronavirus pandemic. Prince William chose a blue mask, while Kate's face covering was a pretty floral pattern that coordinated with her ensemble.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spoke with staff, residents and family in the garden to learn about the residents' and staff's challenges during the coronavirus outbreak and how they've been able to keep in touch with their loved ones.

Kate and Prince William, both 38, are familiar faces to the residents — in May, they acted as the hosts of a virtual bingo game, calling the numbers and congratulating the winners.









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Kate and William both tested their skills on a claw machine — however, their three children will be disappointed that they came up short. Kate's claw did hook a stuffed animal, to which the royal gave an enthusiastic double thumbs-up, before expressing her disappointment when the toy shook loose as the crane lifted.

The couple also had a laugh playing a game that involved throwing balls at a target.

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