Prince William and Kate Middleton visited a UNICEF food bank in Copenhagen today, with Denmark's Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark. The UNICEF center distributes emergency food and medical supplies to East Africa, a place close to the Duke and Duchess as they became engaged in Kenya. The four royals, including Kate's counterpart of sorts, Princess Mary, who will one day be queen of Denmark, were greeted with flowers by young girls and offered to taste the vitamin paste that the center distributes in emergencies. They also watched this video about the crisis.
Clarence House, the private office for Prince Charles, Prince Harry, and Prince William and Kate Middleton, uploaded photos from the event on its Twitter account and quoted Kate as saying, "We hope this will put the light back on this crisis." Right now, 13 million people are impacted from the famine crisis and 320,000 malnourished children are at risk of dying. See photos from their visit to UNICEF center, which is trying to do something about it, now.