he Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made a thoughtful gesture during their trip to the Ukrainian Cultural Centre in London on Wednesday.
As a little thank you to the volunteers, the duke and duchess presented them with trays of homemade chocolate brownies and granola bars from Kensington Palace.
Kate and William saw the piles of generous donations being collected at the centre amid Vladimir Putin’s war on Ukraine.
Already they have pledged a generous donation to the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) appeal.
Kate wore one of the colours of Ukraine as she dressed in a blue jumper for the visit where the royal couple learnt about the steps being taken to support the Ukrainians.
During their visit, they spoke to chief executive of DEC Saleh Saeed about the humanitarian appeal which has so far raised more than £120million.
The couple were told there were specific requests for medicines for hospitals in Ukraine.
They were also shown the large amount of pharmaceutical goods amassed in the centre.
It comes as at least two million people in Ukraine have fled their homes to escape the war.
The pair showed their support for Ukraine in a poignant message on Twitter.
It read: “We stand with the President and all of Ukraine’s people as they bravely fight for that future.”
The DEC is made up of 15 leading UK aid charities aiming to raise funds for times of crisis overseas.
The Queen, the Prince of Wales and William and Kate are among those who have made generous donations, the DEC said.