Prince William lavishes praise on Kate Middleton as he continues to ignore Prince Harry's attacks

Prince William has not responded to his brother's claims in Spare
Prince William has not responded to his brother's claims in Spare

The Prince of Wales has yet to respond to the multiple attacks that Prince Harry launched in his explosive autobiography Spare

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Prince William praised Kate Middleton during a solo Royal Family engagement today in Slough.

The Prince of Wales touring the Together as One headquarters ahead of its 25th anniversary in February.

The royal then got stuck into a cooking class, which teaches young carers how to cook nutritious meals amid the cost of living crisis.

During the engagement, Prince William boasted about his wife Kate Middleton's cooking skills.

Prince William praised his wife's cooking skills
Prince William praised his wife's cooking skills

He said: "I do a bit of cooking, not much though. Catherine’s very good."

However, the royal did brag about his ability to grill steak. He said: "I do a mean steak.

"My sauces come out quite dry or lumpy - I've got to work on those!"

Last week Kate Middleton and Prince William were seen for the first time since the release of Prince Harry's autobiography.

During a visit to Merseyside, Will and Kate shone a spotlight on mental health provision for young adults, continuing their longstanding work on the issue.

Royal broadcaster and historian, Rafe Heydel-Mankoo, told GB News: "The Prince and Princess of Wales have conducted themselves precisely as royals should.

"They've risen above Harry's tabloid melodrama and are continuing stoically to go about their duties."

Polling conducted between January 5-6 shows that Prince Harry's popularity has dropped in the UK following the release of extracts from his book.

Prince William remains far more popular than Prince Harry following the release of Spare
Prince William remains far more popular than Prince Harry following the release of Spare

The latest YouGov poll shows that just 26 per cent of Britons have a positive view of Prince Harry which represents a seven-point drop in popularity for the royal in around a month.

Sixty-four per cent of Brits that were polled said they had a negative view of the Duke of Sussex.

Prince William has suffered multiple attacks from his brother in Spare and the Prince of Wales's popularity has also suffered as a result.

The first in line to the throne's popularity has fallen by eight points but remains significantly higher than Harry's levels as sixty-nine per cent of Britons still hold a positive view of Prince William, which is down from 77 per cent in December 2022.