• Kate Middleton and Prince William joined the Ukrainian ambassador and his wife at the Ukrainian Culture Centre in London
  • The Royal family have been vocal about their support for President Zelenskyy since the beginning of the war
  • The couple stepped out wearing blue and yellow in an act of solidarity

The Royal family is making it clear where they stand in regards to the Russian and Ukrainian war, after President Vladimir Putin invaded the Ukrainian border and dropped bombs in Kyiv.

Kate Middleton and Prince William send aid to Ukraine

Working alongside many different volunteers, Kate Middleton and Prince William attended the Ukrainian Culture Centre in London, where they put together care packages for those still struggling amid ongoing bombings.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge visit the Ukrainian Cultural Centre in Holland Park to learn about the extraordinary efforts being made to support Ukrainians in the UK.

To say thank you to the hardworking volunteers, the Duke and Duchess brought homemade brownies and granola bars to the volunteers who have been working tirelessly putting together essential items for civilians and refugees.

The couple tweeted previously that they support the President of Ukraine, and wrote, "We stand with President [Zelenskyy] and all of Ukraine’s people as they bravely fight for that future."

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The couple also wrote on Twitter the overwhelming amount of support they have received, saying, "Over the past two weeks, communities and organisations here in the UK have come together to provide vital support to Ukrainians here in Britain and across Europe."

They continued, "The Ukrainian Cultural Centre in London has become one of many hubs organizing donations, material aid and supporting Ukrainians living locally. The work volunteers here are doing to ensure that help gets to where it is most needed is inspiring."

"So too is the incredible generosity of the British public," they continued. "The Disasters Emergency Committee has already received over £132 million in donations and continues to raise funds to support the essential humanitarian effort."

The couple wrapped donations all afternoon and were joined by the Ukrainian ambassador himself, along with his wife.