Prince William and Kate Middleton received praise after visiting a charity for the homeless.

Last week, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met the residents at the brand-new hostel. Prince William and Middleton were praised by the people for their "calming vibe" that reportedly put the people at ease.

Two of the centre's residents shared their stories after meeting Prince William and Middleton. They got a close encounter with the duchess while she sliced bread and ladled a competition-winning soup.

"They are warming people," Gareth Bradbury, 24, said (via Express). "They have an almost calming vibe that puts you at ease. It was easy to talk about anything."

"Kate seems to really care about Centrepoint and asked me a load of questions on what support they offer and how I came to find it and where I’m going to go in the future," he added.

Centrepoint's chief executive Seyi Obakin was also delighted with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's attendance. But, he was no longer surprised with how Prince William and Middleton were so well in putting the residents feel relaxed and at ease.

"Over the years, one of the things I have seen is this inherent ability he has to make people feel relaxed. And it’s a gift," he said. "I know a lot of those young people were nervous. I told them their nerves would fall away as soon as you meet him and that’s exactly what happened."

"He just has that knack and it's great that she has it as well," Obakin added. "They spent far longer than we expected and hoped. That’s very inspiring for young people."

In related news, many are convinced that Prince William and Middleton will likely have another baby after Prince Louis. In fact, the latest odds of the couple having a fourth baby is already 1-2 from 2-1.

"Our odds show that there's every chance that Kate and Wills might add to their growing family, and a fourth baby is certainly a possibility," Coral's Harry Aitkenhead said.

Meanwhile, Prince William and Middleton will reportedly not give their children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis iPads.

"I saw that my friends and peers were worried about the risks of the very powerful tools we were putting in our children's hands," Prince William said in a speech during the Anti-Bullying Week. "For too many families, phones and social media shattered the sanctity and protection of the home."