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Prince William slated for his ‘s****y’ skills in brutal assessment for the SECOND time

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited a care home in Cardiff this month in which they met several elderly people they had met before to do bingo. At the time, William had been informed that his skills were not up to scratch, but he was about to be shot down yet again. William said to one woman: “You might not recognise our faces, but we did a bingo with you, you won! You said we didn’t do a very good job.”

The woman responded: “You did a b****y s****y job!”

Everyone laughed, and William replied: “Excellent. It was that bad? Was it the worst job you’d ever seen?”

The woman joked: “Well, I’ve got more to see. Every time you have a party I’ll come and have a look and I’ll tell you afterwards.”

William said: “You would tell us the truth. It would be good to have you around.

“Nothing gets past you, I imagine.”

Pod Save the Queen is hosted by Ann Gripper and features Daily Mirror royal editor Russell Myers.

In last week’s podcast, they discussed how William and Kate went on a trip to Wales, visiting Barry Island to promote UK so-called staycations before going onto Cardiff to visit the old people’s home.

Due to the coronavirus crisis, many people are unable to or do not want to travel abroad and so for their summer holiday are instead going somewhere closer to home.

Barry Island is on the south coast of Wales and the Duke and Duchess visited the beach and arcade rooms that feature in the beloved TV show Gavin and Stacey.

Then, William and Kate went to a care home, places that have also been really affected by the coronavirus, with thousands of deaths taking place in care homes across the country.

Between March 2 and June 12, there were 19,394 deaths of care home residents that involved COVID-19.

This is 29.3 percent of all deaths in care homes.

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Families have also struggled with not being able to see their loved ones, due to the lockdown and fears that they may infect their older relatives.

However, some residents were evidently still in good spirits, including the one who spoke to William and Kate about their bingo skills.

Mr Myers said: “They then went to Cardfif and visited some of the folks in the old folks home who they did the bingo call with.

“And one of the ladies ‒ I mean, I won’t swear because this is a family show, but look it up because it is absolute genius ‒ William and Kate asked how their bingo calling was and she said it was a tad… rhymes with ‘bitty’.

“And they absolutely fell about laughing and I really really enjoyed the crude nature of that film.”

Mirror Online lifestyle editor Zoey Forsey, who was a guest on the show, said: “That’s the second time William has been called out on his bingo skills actually.

“He did a virtual one a few months ago in the peak of lockdown, I’m sure someone else slated his bingo calling as well.”

Mr Myers joked: “Yeah, I’d stick to the King stuff, mate, not the bingo calling.”

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