Prince William, joke about his wife's creative abilities, after the scandal caused by the photo edited by her

Prince William's jokey side came out on Thursday (March 14) during a royal visit. Three days after the controversy sparked by the photo of Kate Middleton, which was released by Kensington Palace, the Prince of Wales was caught decorating cookies with children in a kitchen during the opening of a youth support center from west London, reports the Daily Mail.

Prince William decorated cookies. photo Getty Images

“My wife is the most creative. Even my children are more creative than me”Prince William stated.

The visit by the Prince of Wales comes shortly after the photo editing scandal broke. In addition, the AFP news agency on Thursday compared Kensington Palace to North Korea and Iran.

In addition, the Prince told young people at the OnSide Youth Zone in Hammersmith and Fulham that his son, Prince Louis, “he loves candy, so I'm going to add some around here”.

“How about this? It's good? It is edible from a distance. Not as tasty as yours, but acceptable. In the few minutes I have“, he added.

Later, Prince William played basketball in the place called West (“Where they all stay together”). He was accompanied by Kevin McGrath, deputy lieutenant of the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, who also represents the sovereign at local official events.

Also on Thursday, Prince William and his brother Harry will attend, but separately, a ceremony dedicated to their late mother, the Diana Legacy Award.

William will attend the event at London's Science Museum, where he will give a speech to mark the charity's 25th anniversary and present awards.

“I occasionally experiment with editing”

Prince Harry, 39, will later congratulate the 20 winners via video call.

We remind you that on Sunday Kensington Palace published the latest photo of Kate Middleton. The picture in question, which was taken by Prince William himself, shows the Princess of Wales surrounded by her three children: Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis and Prince George.

Also on Sunday, the press agencies withdrew the photo and specified that a small detail was discovered that proves that the image has been excessively modified, which is against professional ethics, which prohibits the publication of images that have been excessively modified.

The Princess of Wales also admitted to digitally manipulating the portrait of herself and her children.

“Like many amateur photographers, I occasionally experiment with editing. I wanted to apologize for any confusion the family photo I shared yesterday caused. I hope everyone who celebrated had a very happy Mother's Day” – she sent on Monday, March 11, through a post made on X.