Princess Kate has had her say … but does jam or cream go first? VOTE HERE

Scone expert answers key scone questions on ITV This Morning

The Princess of Wales weighed in on the great British debate of whether the clotted cream or jam should go first on a scone while at a tea party celebrating the 75th anniversary of the NHS.

Prince William and Kate made a surprise appearance at the party at the NHS Big Tea party at St Thomas’ Hospital in London, hosted by NHS Charities Together and television presenter Mel Giedroyc.

The royals arrived early to help set up tables in the marquee for the celebration and while they laid tablecloths William asked the former Great British Bake Off host how she likes to eat her scones.

She replied: “I go jam and then cream because I think jam is heavier and then the cream sits [better].”

Kate agreed: “I do jam and then cream”. While William joked: “I go with whatever is closest to me!”

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The couple are also the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and Kate chose to stay loyal when picking a side in the scone debate. The Cornish enjoy jam then cream while Devonians argue that the cream should be applied before the jam.

Former royal chef Darren McGrady, who worked for the late Queen for over a decade, shared in 2018 that he would always put jam first on scones for Buckingham Palace garden parties.

But the King’s former butler Grant Harrold said earlier this year that he has seen members of the Royal Family make their scones both ways and there is no specific rule to follow.

But what do YOU think? Should the jam or cream go first? Vote in our poll and join the debate in the comment section below.

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