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Prince William and Duchess Kate: Some foods are taboo for them when traveling

Prince William and Duchess Kate: Some foods are taboo for them when traveling

Duchess Kate (40) and Prince William (39) They currently travel across the Caribbean, and enjoy the diversity of nature, cheerful people—mostly—and summer weather—as well as Creole cuisine.

But the royal family is not allowed to taste everything that is presented to them in a delicious way. There are strict rules about eating while traveling. Seafood and shellfish are topping the red list, like the British menu “the sun” mentioned.

In the video above, Kate receives a sweet welcome in the Bahamas and a meltdown!

“We don’t want any member of the royal family to have a serious reaction to food poisoning, especially if they are traveling abroad,” British etiquette expert Grant Harold was quoted as saying.

Duchess Kate has a weakness for curries

Garlic and onions are also allegedly on the ban list for Kate and William – but only when the Queen is around. “We can’t serve anything with too much onion and garlic,” said royal chef Darren McGrady.

At home, Prince William and Duchess Kate can also eat junk foodn. Duchess Kate once betrayed the BBC.And the It gets especially weak with curries.

W: The two were also seen eating what is probably the most traditional British snack dish: fish and chips.

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