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Prince William jokes Kate loves ‘a bit of spice’ during royal visit – ‘I’m not too good’

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The Cambridge royals helped Sikh Sanjog prepare chapatis for vulnerable families in Edinburgh yesterday. While helping the group toss the dough, William cracked a joke about Kate’s love of spicy food.

During the royal visit, William played down his own taste in spicy food and said he’s “not too good” with it.

He told the group of Sikh women: “I love curry… not too spicy”

Kate also shared “I love” curry after being asked if she made it at home, leading the Duke to say he likes her cooking but he can’t handle the heat.

He said: “She likes a bit of spice. I’m not too good with spice.”

Sikh Sanjog, established in 1989 to support women from the Sikh community integrate into wider Scottish society, provided curry meals twice a week to the disadvantaged during lockdown.

William said before he prefers “a bit of flavour” when he orders Indian food.

Speaking on That Peter Crouch Podcast last year, he told the former footballer: “I’m not a vindaloo man put it that way!”

In 2019, Kate also said she has to cook multiple curries at home to make sure the royal children can handle it.

She told William: “It’s so hard cooking curry with the family, though.

“The children have a portion with no spice, yours is medium.”

The Duchess also added “Charlotte is pretty good with heat” while she likes “it hot”.

During the Cambridge royal’s visit to Scotland, they also visited the Scottish Violence Reduction Unit (SVRU) in Cockenzie.

Thilo Pfander, Heavy Sound Manager, a community organisation, persuaded Kate to try her hand at making some electronic dance music.

At first the Duchess received some encouragement from her husband who said: “Yeah, drop a beat in the background.”

Kate did produce a bass heavy track but added a piercing synth sound over the top, but William ended up pleaded for it to stop

He told Kate “it’s hurting my ears” then added: “I’m not sure it’s number one material yet.”

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