Prince William has admitted to eating food from popular restaurant Nando's after meeting the co-founder of the chain at the Commonwealth Heads of Government event.
Prince William loves Nando's.
The 35-year-old Duke of Cambridge made the revelation at the Commonwealth Heads of Government (CHOGM) event in London on Tuesday (17.04.18), where he met Robert Brozin, who co-founded the popular food chain in 1987 in South Africa, admitting that he and his security staff were ''fans'' of the chicken restaurant.
Pointing to his police protection officer, Prince William gushed: ''This man here is your biggest fan, he's introduced me to Nando's. It's very good. He should buy a stake in Nando's.''
And Robert - who works with the young Commonwealth entrepreneurs - isn't shocked that the British royalty indulge in his restaurant's food from time to time because both Prince William and his younger brother Harry are down to earth and ''accessible'' enough not to turn up their noses at the dishes.
However, he admitted to being thrilled to learn that the British royals enjoy his food.
He explained: ''I'm not surprised he's eaten at Nando's.
''The beauty of Prince Harry and Prince William is that they're really accessible and they are guys that go out a lot - I'm very happy that they've tried it.
''I was certain they would have tried it because they're so accessible they're people's people, which is so nice.''
Prince William follows in the footsteps of other famous faces who have expressed their love for the chicken restaurant, including the likes of Oprah Winfrey, Ed Sheeran and David Beckham.
And after Drake won the International Male Solo Artist at the 2017 Brit Awards, the 31-year-old rapper posted an Instagram picture with the caption ''Winner winner Nando's chicken dinner''.
The Canadian star is reported to have spent as much as $650 on Nando's takeaway following a concert in the English city of Leeds.
Meanwhile, Ed has previously been photographed showing off his Nando's black card, which entitles the holder to unlimited free food at the chain.
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