Kate Middleton married into the Royal Family in 2011 when she said “I do” to Prince William in a highly televised wedding ceremony at Westminster Abbey. Although the lives of the Royal Family seem a million miles away from that of our own, the Duchess of Cambridge and Meghan Markle have previously admitted they enjoy a few guilty pleasures extremely similar to Britons' secret likings.
Previously, when speaking to BBC Radio One, the Duchess of Cambridge admitted that one of her guilty pleasures is her takeaway of choice.
Kate revealed that she enjoys consuming a curry, but clarified that Prince William, unfortunately, wouldn’t join her in eating it as he in not a big fan of spicy food. William revealed that he would often debate between ordering a pizza or a Chinese.
After Kate's confession for love of an Indian takeaway, the pair clarified that "it doesn’t usually get ordered to the palace, we tend to go and pick it up," before jokingly adding "not ourselves!"
Just like the many people worldwide, when Game of Thrones was dominating television screens Kate and William would tune in regularly to watch the mystical and dark story unfold.
In another radio interview with DJ Scott Mills, the Duke and Duchess proclaimed that "everyone should be watching Game of Thrones" and continued to explain it was one of their favourite programmes.
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It was also once reported that when William and Kate attended an event in Berlin with some of the stars from the show, they were star-struck and were asking German actor Tom Wlaschiha (Jaqen H'ghar from Game of Thrones) for some inside spoilers for upcoming episodes at the time.
Prince William has previously admitted to enjoy a wide scope of music including listening to the American rock band Linkin Park.
However, it was Ellie Goulding that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge chose to perform at their royal wedding back in 2011.
The 32-year old