The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge conducted what could be their most candid interview to date on Friday (Apr. 21) when they dropped by the BBC Radio 1 studios to chat with host Scott Mills about their favourite television shows, go-to takeout meals and life with Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
The parents of two revealed that when they aren't busy with royal engagements, they love to slip into comfy clothes and watch hit television shows like Homeland and Game of Thrones. And when it comes to their favourite takeout food, Kate was quick to answer, "Curry — definitely!" The couple's average night in sounds fairly normal, well almost. "Normally someone goes and picks [the food] up" said William when quizzed if restaurants deliver to Kensington Palace.
The conversation then turned to their children and the special gifts they had planned for the Queen, who is celebrating her 91st birthday. "George is good at arts and crafts," shared Kate, adding that they are getting something made for the monarch.
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Appearing on the radio show to surprise host Adele Roberts, who is running the marathon for theirHeads Together initiative, the group also chatted about whether they do in fact own mobile phones. After Scott asked the prince if he was allowed to have one, he jokingly replied: "We use our mobile phones far too much! We are allowed to have mobile phones."
With festival season in full swing, the radio host asked the couple if they'd ever go incognito to events like Glastonbury. William quipped: “I’ve got into enough trouble with my dancing recently. So it’s probably best to stay away from that one.” (William was caught on video doing a little dad-dancing during a guys-only ski trip last month.