During the lockdown, Prince George held a bake sale!


During the coronavirus lockdown in England last year, Prince George made a significant contribution.

The eight-year-old Prince of Cambridge did, in fact, hold a bake sale to benefit the conservation charity Tusk.

CEO Charlie Mayhew revealed to GB News that George started a cake sale event to raise funds for the foundation.

“During the lockdown, Prince George very sweetly did a little cake sale to raise money for Tusk and wrote a very sweet card about it; clearly demonstrating his concern for Africa’s wildlife,” Charlie explained.

Since 2005, George’s father, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, has served as a royal patron for Tusk.

The announcement comes just days after George and his siblings, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, assisted their mother, Kate Middleton, in baking more cakes for a local community center.