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PremierLeague-News.Com- They may have access to some of the finest foods in the world, but the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge enjoy a takeaway from time to time
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Royal life means access to the best of the best, be it clothing, food, or transport. From royal banquets, to world-class chefs – the Royal Family are spoilt for choice when it comes to what to eat for dinner. When the Duke and Duchess visited Cambridge yesterday (June 23), they undertook several royal duties, including seeing a new portrait by Jamie Coreth, visiting Newmarket’s July Course, and visiting some charities. After long days with many engagements, they might head home for a special meal. But, even for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, a good old-fashioned takeaway is sometimes the way forward. It can't all be banquets and fine dining, even when you’re a royal. Read more: Smiles all round as Duke and Duchess of Cambridge delight fans at Newmarket racecourse Though the pair have revealed they do get takeout sometimes, it appears they don't always agree on what to get. According to MyLondon , the royal couple don't see eye to eye on the order. The Duchess revealed that her favourite takeaway is a curry when she appeared on BBC Radio 1 with her husband. However, she also shared that Prince William wouldn't eat it with her, as he isn't a fan of spicy food. Duke and Duchess of Cambridge happily chat with people at the Cambridgeshire County Day in Newmarket Later, while cooking with Sikh women in Edinburgh, William said “I love curry” as long as it isn’t “too spicy”. Kate revealed she often cooks a curry at home, but while his wife “likes a bit of spice,” William said he's “not too good” with hotter foods.
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. On BBC Radio Five Live's That Peter Crouch Podcast, he was given a takeaway curry from the footballer's local Indian restaurant in Ealing. When asked which curry was his favourite, William said: “Chicken masala – love that. A bit of flavour. I'm not a vindaloo man, put it that way.” The Prince has even admitted to enjoying a cheeky Nando's. He once said a police protection officer introduced him to the restaurant. On the BBC documentary, Football, Prince William and Our Mental Health, broadcast in May 2020, William stated: “Everyone loves a Nando's.” The question is – what spice level does he go for? It turns out that even the Queen opts for a takeaway sometimes. According to The Sun , Her Royal Highness enjoys fish and chips from the local chippy while staying at Balmoral. A footman is reportedly sent to pick up her meal from nearby village Ballater.
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