All is fair in love ... and baking! Kate Middleton and Prince William visited Wales on Tuesday, March 1, and during their time, they headed to a community-focused youth center where they chatted with people and attempted to bake their local delicacy — Welsh cakes.
It appeared that Kate, 40, was able to make her batch of treats in no time — but William, 39, didn't have such luck.
"I'm under a lot of pressure here," he stated while in the kitchen. "Do not judge my cooking, this could go horribly wrong. It's not Bake Off. Where's Mary (Berry) when you need her?"
The mom-of-three then had some critiques for her husband, calling his creations small.
"That one is a little bit skinny. They are probably all a little bit skinny," he replied.
"You could put them together?" she quipped.
Kate then stroked William's back after he completed the task. "Well done," she said, adding, "You made a big mess as well."
Earlier that day, the pair were spotted mingling with others and even playing with goats!
"It’s great to see the benefits first-hand that local businesses receive through their communities here in Wales this #StDavidsDay. Here at Abergavenny Market, produce comes from all across the local area — including the lovely family-run Pant Farm which we visited earlier today. The importance of community for local business is so vital as we met and heard from third, fourth and even fifth generations of family businesses welcoming customers," a message read from the couple's Instagram page.
On the trip, William revealed that his kids, Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3, "are always asking us where we are going. And we show them where we are on the map."
People were thoroughly impressed with the duo.
"She was saying how much she loved the lovely soft Welsh blankets," Kingsley Jones, who lives in Monmouth, told PEOPLE about the Duchess. "I told her that the modern ones are soft compared to the course older ones we used to have."