The Princess of Wales shared a heartwarming moment with a resident at Oxford House Nursing Home.
Kate Middleton, 41, met with 109-year-old Nora, who was joined by her grandchildren Lynne and John, during her visit on Tuesday morning to the family-run business in Slough.
Kate was captured chatting to Nora, who celebrated her 109th birthday on January 7th, two days before Kate's birthday, to which the royal exclaimed: 'A fellow Capricorn'.
She was also shown a card from her father-in-law King Charles and the Queen Consort, sent to Nora on her 109th birthday.
The Princess then asked Nora what her favourite food was, to which she replied kidneys and brussels sprouts.
The Princess of Wales, 41, met with 109-year-old Nora during her visit to Oxford House Nursing Home in Slough on Tuesday
Although kidneys might not be a common staple in a lot of people's diets, Kate surprisingly admitted: 'I love kidneys too.'
The royal, who wore a floral face mask once inside the care home, met with staff and residents and hear how delivering high-quality, patient-focused care is at the centre of the home’s work.
The mother-of-three looked chic for the appearance, opting for a smart navy polo neck with matching trousers and recycled her trendy £470 camel coat from Max&Co.
Based in Slough, the nursing home looks after up to 34 residents, and also operates a domiciliary care organisation, Oxford House Community Care, which provides support to enable local residents to live independently in their own homes.
During her visit, Kate heard about Oxford House’s use of technology to stimulate and enrich the daily lives of residents.
Nora who celebrated her 109th birthday on January 7th was joined by two of her grandchildren Lynne and John
During the visit, Kate held one residents hand as they chatted in the garden area of the nursing home
The Princess of Wales is pictured here enjoying an interactive game of football with Oxford House Nursing Home resident Jean
The royal mother-of-three leaned forward as she chatted with one resident during her visit in Slough earlier
Kate, who was wearing a face mask during the outing, spoke to a number of residents about their time in the care home
This includes an interactive sensory table, bought in 2020 in response to pandemic restrictions, and a new interactive wall which will be used to support residents with dementia.
The Princess was snapped playing interactive football with resident, Jean, during her visit.
Also, whilst visiting Oxford House Nursing Home the mother-of-three was also seen making pancakes for Shrove Tuesday, where she was left in fits of giggles as she tried to use a hot plate at the care home to cook pancakes - with little success.
Pancake fail! Kate tried her best to flip the pancake - but was left in hysterics as she struggled with the hot plate
After meeting residents, Kate took part in a pancake cooking exercise, leaving staff and residents giggling
The Princess of Wales was left in hysterics today as she attempted to flip a pancake during a visit to a care home on Shrove Tuesday
At one stage, the royal was beaming with laughter as she spoke with care home residents in Slough
The royal appeared in high spirits as she arrived at the nursing home in Slough earlier today where she met residents
She could be heard asking for tips from the chef before trying to flip the pancake, saying: 'I'm going to try to go but I think it's going to get stuck. Definitely don't eat that one! All the ones made earlier are much nicer.'
As they waited for the pancake to cook, she said: 'I wish there was music going on or something! Maybe I can watch everyone else doing this afterwards.'
During the visit, she wore her long brunette locks down across her shoulders in a bouncy blow dry, and opted for neutral makeup, with a sweep of eyeliner and a touch of blusher on her cheeks.
Kate has worn the jacket on a number of occasions in the past, including for a visit to Scarborough and an appearance at a Cultural Centre in Reading in November.
Oxford House is a family-run nursing home that first opened its doors to residents in 1980.
The Princess was elegant in navy as she met with residents of a nursing home in Slough earlier today
Kate opted for a smart navy outfit for the appearance in Slough earlier today, which she paired with a camel coat
The visit from the mother-of-three today comes amid a busy period for Kate, who walked the red carpet alongside the Prince of Wales on Sunday evening at the BAFTAs.
The Princess sent royal fans wild as she appeared to give her husband Prince William a gentle tap on the behind while at the event.
As the couple arrived at Royal Festival Hall in London, Kate and the prince appeared to exchange a few words, before she leant across and appeared to give his behind a soft tap.
It was a rare moment of PDA for the couple, who appeared relaxed and overjoyed to be attending the event, which has become an annual occasion for the two.
The royal mother-of-three waved to waiting crowds of royal fans as she departed the care home earlier today
As the Princess left the care home, she was presented with a small posey of yellow and white flowers
Kate opted for an Alexander McQueen one-shoulder gown for the occasion, which she first wore to the event in 2019.
The white one-shouldered gown has undergone some minor alterations, with the floral detailing on the shoulder swapped for a sweeping train of material.