James Middleton shares a rare glimpse into his parents’ rustic family kitchen in a video about the health benefits of apples for dogs
- Kate Middleton’s brother is staying at their parents’ house in Bucklebury
- In Instagram video shared yesterday, you can see glimpses of Middletons’ kitchen
- Discusses the health benefits of apples for you and your dog in clip for Ella & Co
Kate Middleton’s brother has given royal fans a rare glimpse into their parents’ childhood home.
James, the younger sibling of the Duchess of Cambridge, 38, and Pippa Middleton, 36, stayed with their parents Carole and Michael at the lock with his French fiancée Alizee Thevenet.
In a Instagram video for pet supply company Ella & Co, posted yesterday, the 33-year-old entrepreneur discusses the health benefits of apples for dogs (and people) from their rustic kitchen.
With his adorable black spaniel Ella on an island that seems to be riddled with fresh produce, James reveals why the popular fruit is a great source of fiber for dogs.
Kate Middleton’s brother has given royal fans a rare glimpse into their parents’ childhood home
Eagle-eyed viewers are treated to a highlight of the Middleton family kitchen, with farmhouse-style cream-colored tiles above a stove.
On either side of the range are rows of shelves and rails, from which a variety of cookware, pots and pans are hung and spread, suggesting Carole is an avid cook.
The stylish green marble style countertops feature storage jars and a wicker basket, possibly for storing eggs, while the AGA features an old-fashioned whistling kettle.
Above the stove is a large kitchen clock, visible behind James – dressed in an off-white casual cotton shirt – all at once.
In an Instagram video for pet supply company Ella & Co, posted yesterday, the 33-year-old entrepreneur discusses the health benefits of apples for dogs (and people) from their rustic kitchen
Eagle-eyed viewers are treated to a highlight of the Middleton family kitchen, with farmhouse-style cream tiles over a stove
James encourages dog owners to carry an apple while walking as it can be a delicious snack for both you and your dog.
He recommends giving them chunks instead of the whole fruit, because the kernels can be poisonous.
James shared how the video is part of a new monthly segment in which he is celebrating various foods that are good for people and their pets.
“I like to share the apple with Ella,” he said. “Any apple varieties you’d find in the supermarket are good for your dog to eat.”
He added that they are great for dogs’ digestive system because of their high fiber content and weight management, and recommended leaving the skin on because it “ works like a toothbrush. ”
James shared how the video is part of a new monthly segment where he celebrates various foods that are good for people and their pets. Shown with a litter of puppies he recently raised
James, photographed with his dogs and the puppies recently taken care of, first met his French fiancée Alizee Thevenet (photo next to him) when his spaniel Ella walked over to her
Last month, James had to say goodbye to six adorable puppies after the black and brown spaniels moved into their new home.
He has six other dogs, including Luna, who gave birth to the litter.
The money from the sale of the puppies goes to Pets As Therapy, a charity for which James volunteers for therapeutic visits of dogs to hospitals and care homes.
He has credited dogs with playing a “vital role” to help him get out of depression – and find love.
He first met Miss Thevenet when his spaniel Ella approached her while walking.