The royals may have the finest chefs at their beck and call but nothing can beat a fast food binge.
Princes William and Harry might be able to feast like kings – but turns out the lads like a cheeky Nandos.
The Duke of Cambridge once met the chicken chain's co-founder at an event, and pointed to his protection officer, and is said to have told him: "This man here is your biggest fan, he’s introduced me to Nando's."
Prince Harry also shares his brother's – and the nation's – passion for Nando's.
The Duke of Sussex was seen grabbing a late night order from west London's Fulham Broadway branch following England’s Word Cup qualification in 2013.
The details of his £24.05 order have now been revealed as a pitta with extra cheese, side of creamy mash, along with a double chicken wrap with chips, and soft drinks to wash down the meal.
The brothers' taste for fast food may have come from their late mum, who is said to have regularly taken them to them to McDonalds as children.
Paul Burrell, Princess Diana's former butler, previously told the Mirror a visit to the golden arches was routine for them on a Saturday night.
The 'People's Princess' also liked to make comfort food for her family at home.
In Channel 5 show, By Royal Appointment: Shops Serving The Queen, Di's former protection officer Ken Wharfe revealed she used to occasionally shop at Marks and Spencers.
He said the public were often shocked to see the princess wandering up the aisles in the Kensington High Street, London, food hall.
He claims she would pop in and pick up some McCain chips or burgers- calling it “bizarre.
"I used to think, why do you need to do this? Because there must be stacks of it back at Kensington Palace.
"But it was this thing about Diana, being in touch with normality and reality."
The daughter-in-law of Princess Di never got to meet has said she sticks to a vegan diet during the week, then relaxes on weekends.
But Meghan Markle too has revealed she too has a soft spot for hot chips.
The Duchess of Sussex told Best Health Canada: "I could eat French fries all day long."
Meanwhile, Kate Middleton is said to have a penchant for Indian curries.
She orders her favourite curries from a local restaurant which is then collected by a member of the Palace's staff.
The svelte Duchess of Cambridge is said to have followed the Dukan Diet, trading carbs for proteins, veg and healthy fats, in to help lose her baby weight.
But before starting royal life, Kate was often spotted popping into her local shop in Bucklebury, Berkshire, to pick up a packet of Haribos Starmix or Tangfastics.
But none of the royals can beat the Queen's claim to fast food fame.
Her Majesty owns a McDonald's.
Her multi-billion Crown Estate property empire reportedly includes a Maccas in Banbury, Oxfordshire, according to Business Insider .
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