The little Princess Charlotte definitely has something of a precocious palate.
On Wednesday, Prince William and Kate stepped out to visit the Aga Khan Centre in London. They celebrated Pakistani culture ahead of their upcoming tour of Pakistan on October 14-18.
The event is being hosted by the current Aga Khan (spiritual leader), Prince Shah Karim Al Hussaini, who is the grandson of Aga Khan III, the first president of the All-India Muslim League, who was born in what is now Pakistan.
During the event, the royal couple shared they were looking forward to the visit, and particularly excited to sample the local cuisine. Mom Kate then revealed that she often cooks curry at home.
“It’s so hard cooking curry with the family though. The children have a portion with no spice, yours is medium,” she said to William. “And I quite like it hot.”
Still, she added: “Charlotte is pretty good with heat.”
Earlier this year, during a royal engagement to Lavender Primary School in north London, Kate had also revealed that Princess Charlotte “loves olives.”
Back in 2017, during an interview with BBC Radio Once, William and Kate opened up about life at home and revealed even then that they watch their favorite shows with curry takeout in “comfy clothes.”
“Absolutely and curry — definitely!” Kate said, while William added that the order doesn’t get delivered to the palace.
“Normally someone goes and picks it up,” he said.
When asked what they wear during chill nights at home, the royal dad said: “I’ve got my comfy clothes, yes.”
While at the event, the couple met with a range of people from Pakistan, including community leaders, those involved in British and Pakistani business, and key figures within the Diaspora community, including musicians, chefs and artists.
Among the guests they met were DJ and musician Naughty Boy and stand-up comedian and writer Shazia Mirza.
The Duke and the Duchess also spent time chatting to the school children, who had waited for them outside the centre.
The Aga Khan Centre in London is home to the Aga Khan Foundation, the Aga Khan University’s Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations, and the Institute of Ismaili Studies.
Kate looked stunning in a maxi dress by ARossGirl which featured a green fabric belt at the waist and bow details at the sleeves.
She accessorized with dangling ceramic earrings by Pakistani designer Zeen, a deep green velvet clutch, and matching pumps. Meanwhile, Prince William looked dapper in a blue suit and tie.