Kate is said to have a preference for spicy food, especially spicy veggie curry, while William is allowed to do something a little more traditional. Prince Charles’ son is said to be a big fan of fried chicken. In 2012, royal correspondent Katie Nicholl told Vanity Fair: “Evening indulgence [Kate] her hobby, making Williams’ favorite food, fried chicken. “The royal family is also said to enjoy a variety of dishes, including Italian pasta, pizza and beef.
The Duchess also likes to get a vitamin boost for a good start to the day. The 40-year-old regularly makes a healthy breakfast smoothie of kale, spirulina, matcha, spinach, romaine lettuce, coriander leaves and blueberries. And the mini-royals also love to be used in the kitchen. They showed it during the Queen’s anniversary. Apparently the Mini-Royals prefer to cook pizza because they can really mess up the kneading of the dough. With the otherwise strict aristocratic etiquette, this is certainly a welcome change for George, Charlotte and Louis. (lkr)