Original article from Kent Live
We see all the flash side of the Royals, but if you're more interested in what the boring, mundane bits of Royal life are like, then you're in for a treat.
As two of the most popular members of the royal family, it's no wonder that people are curious as to what it's like inside Kensington Palace when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are off-duty.
What do they like to watch on TV? What is their favourite dinner? And do they have any annoying habits? Are they anything like, well, normal people?
It seems Prince William has one rather messy trait – and Kate let it slip while on a trip to Cyprus.
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During their visit to an RAF base on the island to meet serving personnel, they opened a new recreation facility.
Looking around at the new decor of the room, William warned: "Keep the pizza off the sofas".
And then Kate revealed her husband is the worst offender for it, saying: "You're a nightmare with that", reports the Express.
But it seems it's not just pizza that the royal pair enjoy eating – and trying to keep off the sofa – while relaxing at home, as there are other takeaways they are rather partial to.
When asked what her top takeaway was during an interview on BBC Radio 1 in 2017, Kate insisted: "Curry, definitely. "
But the royal couple can't share their meals as Kate explained that her husband doesn't like her spicy tastes.
Meanwhile, William revealed his favourite curry during an appearance on That Peter Crouch Podcast.
He told the hosts of the BBC show: "Chicken masala, love that, a bit of flavour – I'm not a vindaloo man put it that way."
But like many of us, he also confessed he struggles to decide what cuisine to go for when choosing a takeaway.
"It's a real conundrum when it comes to it. Pizza, curry, or Chinese,' he admitted.
The pair also enjoy fish and chips and were recently seen enjoying a fish supper during a trip to the Scottish town of St Andrews, where they met.
The royal couple popped into the award-winning Anstruther Fish Bar in the coastal town of Anstruther for a £7.95 takeaway haddock supper, wrapped in paper, which they ate on a bench on the pier.