THE Princess of Wales has revealed her family plans for Pancake Day as she took a tour around a nursing home in Slough earlier today. 

Kate Middleton visited Oxford House Nursing Home in Stoke Road meeting staff and sharing some laughs with residents as she flipped her very own pancake.

During the visit, Kate chatted to residents including Sheila, who asked her how the children are doing on Shrove Tuesday.

The 41-year-old mother said: "The children are very well and they'll be making their own pancakes this evening."

The royal then tried to make her own pancake admitting her "pancakes always get stuck on the floor or on the ceiling." 

Her pancake was a bit of a flop and she jokingly said: "Perhaps I should flip the pancakes you made earlier!"Slough Observer: Kate's pancake (top row, middle plate) Kate's pancake (top row, middle plate) (Image: Newsquest)

Kate also spoke with 109-year-old resident Nora, who is a fellow Capricorn like Kate sharing a January birthday.

The Princess asked her what her favourite meal is, to which Nora replied 'kidneys'.

Kate replied said: "I love kidneys too. Next time I'll bring some kidneys with me!" 

Before chatting to Nora, Kate had a go at playing on the interactive football table game with resident Jean.

She also spoke with former milliner Margaret, aged 87.

Margaret's daughter-in-law Michelle said: "This is the best day of her life, it's like she's died and gone to heaven."

The Observer spoke with Michelle before her meeting the Princess of Wales.

Michelle revealed: "Margaret is a massive royalist and wrote for the Queen often, she buys OK magazine every week to see the latest fashion and loves what Kate wears.

"She’s been a hatmaker for 20 years at Elegant Hats for Her in Datchet High Street before she closed the business.

"Margaret had a passion for fashion and was living up in Yorkshire where she met her husband John, they then moved south so he could be closer to Heathrow for work."

Her visit to Slough was part of her getting to know the community near her residence in Adelaide Cottage, Windsor. 

Oxford House Nursing Home provides care for up to 34 residents. 

During the visit, Kate was shown the use of interactive sensory table, which was purchased in 2020 as a response to the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown restrictions.