The Prince of Wales pointed to his wife’s expertise while visiting a homeless project in Sheffield.

When the city council’s chief executive, Kate Josephs, broached the subject of childhood, William immediately noted the success of Kate’s early projects.

He held out his palms with a smile and said, “We are venturing into my wife’s territory. She has to sit here to hear this.”

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His words come as Kate continues to recover The abdominal surgery in Januaryalthough the palace had stated that she would not resume her public duties until after Easter.

Her long absence sparked speculation on social media, and a Mother’s Day photo posted of her and her three children didn’t help matters, causing its own controversy after it emerged that it had been edited.

Yesterday, The Sun published a photo of the couple during a visit to a farm shop in Windsor.

William would have hoped to put all that aside as he focused on Homewards, the program he launched last year that aims to end homelessness.

The Prince of Wales speaks to a delegate after attending a meeting of the Homewards Sheffield Local Coalition at the Millennium Gallery in Sheffield to take part in discussions about the impact of Homewards in Sheffield and the next steps the Coalition should take to address The city should take action in areas of need.  Picture date: Tuesday March 19, 2024.
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The Prince of Wales visits Sheffield. Image: PA

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Sky’s royal correspondent Rhiannon Mills said Prince William is known to be “deeply frustrated” by the ongoing speculation about Kate’s absence.

“But today for him it was: ‘Look, get the game done, get on with the work’.”

She added: “You have to say, if you didn’t know all the noise that was going on, you wouldn’t know there was anything wrong in the background – he really wanted to focus on the issues he was facing here.” in Sheffield.

Britain's William, Prince of Wales, Catherine, Princess of Wales, Prince George, Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte and Mia Tindall attend the royal family's Christmas service at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene.  As the Royals take up residence at the Sandringham estate in the east of England, Great Britain on December 25, 2023.  REUTERS/Chris Radburn
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The future king revealed Homebase’s pledge to support £1 million in the form of up to 1,500 starter packs, which could include paint, furniture, flooring and fittings, to help tenants transform their property into a home.

William also sat down with landlords to talk about what they are doing to end homelessness.

A group including Keystone Property Group, Places for People, Letzmove, My Landlord Cares and Arches Housing has promised more than 30 three- and four-bedroom apartments for families at risk of losing their homes.

Sheffield is one of six areas involved in Homewards – the others are Newport, South Wales, Poole, Bournemouth and Christchurch, the south London borough of Lambeth, Belfast and Aberdeen.

Each of them will deliver a housing project over a period of five years, using new methods to meet local needs.

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