Prince William and wife Kate stepped out Wednesday night to share and give back to the Centrepoint homeless charity in south London which William's mother, the late Princess Diana strongly supported.

Kate Middleton dressed casually in a hunter green turtleneck dress by Ralph Lauren, and a wide black belt clinching her tiny waist, paired with black tights and knee-high black suede at the charity event. While William wore corduroy and a royal blue pullover sweater.

The couple also took part in a session on healthful cooking and attend a talent show at the charity, which helps homeless young people. Kate and William donned white Centrepoint aprons and baked mince pies for the residents.

The national charity Centrepoint provides housing and support to improve the lives of homeless young people aged 16 to 25. Prince William famously spent the night on the streets of London in 2009 Christmas to deepen his understanding of homelessness.