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The Duke of Sussex enjoys fast food chain Nando’s – something he’s had to give up following his move to the States. He left behind his favourite fast food chain – and will likely have to settle for Chipotle or Taco Bell.
He has been spotted many times in the Portuguese inspired restaurant, after being introduced to the cuisine by his personal protection officer.
One notable Nando’s sighting happened at midnight in 2013.
According to reports, his go-to order at the restaurant is lemon and herb spice on his chicken.
Upon hearing this fact, many royal fans were disappointed, describing the order as a bit plain.
The Duke of Sussex enjoys fast food chain Nando’s – something he’s had to give up (Image: Getty)
Meghan Markle has revealed that her favourite food is French fries (Image: Getty)
However, the royal has said in the past that he is not a fan of spicy food.
Prince William is also not the biggest fan of hot food.
He has revealed that his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge, cooks curries that he finds too spicy.
Prince Harry’s wife, Meghan Markle, however, has revealed that her favourite food is French fries.
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“I could eat French fries all day long,” she told Best Health Canada.
The Duchess of Sussex also talked about the importance of staying healthy.
“It’s all about balance, because I work out the way I do, I don’t ever want to feel deprived,” she said.
“I feel that the second you do that is when you start to binge on things.
“It’s not a diet; it’s a lifestyle eating.”