Prince William seemingly paid tribute to his late mother, Princess Diana, by volunteering with a group.
The Prince of Wales took to Instagram to share his recent visit to The Passage in Wenstminister, London, where he participated in serving Christmas lunch during the holiday party.
The hub, introduced to him by Princess Diana, aims to end homelessness and provide support to those in need. Prince William has been a royal patron of The Passage in Westminster since 2019.
The royal heir shared a montage of photos capturing moments of him embracing guests and exchanging hugs with others.
He began the caption by expressing his, "pleasure to join volunteers serving Christmas lunch at @passagecharity".
Noting the organization's services he added, "The Passage’s Resource Centre supports an average of 100 individuals a day".
The future king also shed light on The Passage’s new initiative, No Night Out, which "is reframing homelessness as a public health issue, helping people into emergency hotel accommodation".
"Together we can end homelessness.@homewardsuk," he concluded the caption with a call to action.
Among several snapshots in the carousel, William, in one photo evoked his mother’s memory, who never refrained herself from exchanging hugs and offering handshakes without gloves– an unusual move from a royal family member during her era.
While sporting an apron, William, 41, actively joined the group in serving guests and was also was seen engaged with the clients and staff alike.