Prince William made the most out of his private visit to a homeless charity last week.
As patron of the organization, the royal stopped by one of Centrepoint Charity's central London hostels to meet with staff and learn about the facility and its needs, as well as getting in a quick game of table tennis and a plate of flapjacks.
Although press was not invited to the event, Centrepoint shared the experience on their Facebook page.
"Look who popped in yesterday," they wrote, along with a photo, and mentioned a number of highlights from the Duke of Cambridge's visit.
A casually dressed Prince William stopped and chatted with many of the charity's residents, including the Centrepoint Parliament and Fully Focused, a group of younger adults who were taught the art of filmmaking. The dad-to-be also made a stop at the kitchen (where residents are taught how to cook on a budget and the importance of nutrition) to try some flapjacks and homemade smoothies, and proceeded to hit up the ping-pong table outside.
"It's fair to say Prince William was better than our chief exec Seyi at table tennis," the charity wrote.
Well, Prince William is no amateur.