The Duchess of Cambridge and her son Prince George certainly know how to celebrate Pancake Day. In celebration of Shrove Tuesday – Pancake Day is also another name for the holiday, as well as Fat Tuesday – Kate Middleton visited families at the Ronald McDonald House in London, Hello! Magazine reported Tuesday. The duchess was there to assist in the opening of a new wing for families whose children reside in the Evelina London Children's Hospital.  The Duchess helped youngsters whip up pancakes and revealed that Prince George was currently at nursery school doing the very same thing.

When James Wheeler, 4, inquired about the young Prince’s whereabouts, Middleton responded, “George? I should have brought him. He’s at his Montessori nursery today making pancakes,” the duchess told the youngster, according to reports.

Wheeler announced that a storm would be coming, to which the duchess replied that George, 3, enjoyed storms as well. “Yes, I know all about those. George likes storms, too!”

Wheeler’s mother, whose son was hospitalized after being born prematurely at 23 weeks, lauded the British royal: “You could see the sympathy in her eyes. She was so warm and down-to-earth,” Rebecca Bridges-Wheeler said via People Magazine. “She seemed very kind-hearted and easy to talk to. She’s incredibly beautiful as well.”

Indeed, Middleton is often celebrated for her stylish ensembles and put-together appearance. The duchess attended a reception Monday, hosted by Queen Elizabeth, in celebration of the launch of the U.K.-India Year of Culture 2017 and looked every inch the royal in a gold, shimmering Erdem dress. Princess Charlotte and Prince George did not attend the event, but Prince William accompanied the duchess. The reception was followed by a dinner, which was attended by noted guests in the food, fashion, performing arts and sports circles.