Sophie Wessex earned a Pudsey badge this week after baking 55 scones for BBC Children in Need.
The 55-year-old Countess gave royal fans a peek inside her kitchen in Bagshot Park, Surrey, where she lived with her husband Prince Edward and children Lady Louise Windsor, 17, and James, Viscount Severn, 12, Act Your Age Challenge.
In a video of the royal family on his Twitter Side, Sophie baked a hearty amount of cheese and bacon scones.
The Queen's daughter-in-law, wearing a white apron over a blue and white floral dress with her hair pulled into a low ponytail, announced that she was taking part in the Girlguiding UK Challenge, of which she is President.
Sophie Wessex earned a Pudsey badge this week after baking 55 scones for BBC Children in Need
To celebrate Pudsey's 40th anniversary, the organization is asking all members to take their old age, make something good of it, and raise money for children in need.
Sophie explained, “I decided to make cheesy scones. Cheese and bacon scones which are all very good when you are 10 years old. I am not 10 years old!
“So I have to make 55 cheese and bacon scones. I will go ahead and make these scones because they are not going to make themselves. & # 39;
The Countess was then busy pouring flour into a bowl, cracking eggs, and mixing her ingredients together before glazing the scones and putting them in the oven.
The Queen's daughter-in-law, wearing a white apron over a blue and white floral dress with her hair pulled into a low ponytail, announced that she was taking part in the Girlguiding UK Challenge, of which she is President
Sophie gave fans a look at her freshly baked cheese and bacon scones – all 55 – on refrigerated shelves
The camera, which until then had been focused on Sophie, who was standing at the kitchen counter next to her sink, then cut into another part of the room and showed racks of the delicious-looking baked scones.
"So that's 55 cheese and bacon scones," said Sophie proudly. & # 39; They smell amazing. I hope they taste good too. & # 39;
She then invited others to take part in the Act Your Age challenge.
Sophie's scones were then delivered to The Hope Hub Camberley, a charity that supports the homeless in Surrey.
The Royal Family Twitter account shared an additional tweet: "Well done to everyone who took part in some wonderful #ActYourAge challenges!"
Sophie's scones were delivered to The Hope Hub Camberley, a charity that supports the homeless in Surrey
Sophie recently went into self-isolation for two weeks after coming into contact with someone who later tested positive for Covid-19. However, palace officials said in a statement that she had no symptoms.
This week, she and Prince Edward attended a service at the National Memorial Arboretum in Stafford to commemorate Armistice Day on November 11th.
Baking was also a popular activity during the lockdown for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children.
This week Sophie Wessex and Prince Edward attended a service at the National Memorial Arboretum in Stafford to commemorate Armistice Day on November 11th
During a visit in June to the family-run Smiths the Bakers who serve the Queen's Sandringham Estate in King & # 39; s Lynn, he joked that Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte [five] and Prince Louis [two] run the kitchen attacked.
He said to owners Paul and Teresa Brandon, “I baked a little … The kids attacked the kitchen and there was just an explosion of flour and chocolate everywhere.
"Catherine baked quite a bit [because of lockdown]."
He added that he was concerned about the strain on the nation's waistline, joking, "I think we have all eaten so many cakes and chocolates
“The entire NHS team is so grateful that all of the local communities have given them tons of candy and chocolate, which is great for them.
"You have to be huge now and brush your teeth five times a day with the amount of sugar."