Prince Harry’s late-night Nando’s chicken feast

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17 October 2013

The British royal stopped by the South African eatery in London to celebrate England qualifying for the Fifa World Cup

Prince Harry enjoyed a late-night Nando’s run to celebrate England’s 2014 Fifa World Cup qualification.

The British royal went unnoticed by customers as he arrived at the chicken outlet's Fulham Broadway restaurant in west London late on Tuesday 15 October, where he collected his £24,05 (R384,80) order after watching England beat Poland 2-0 to clinch a place at the 2014 Fifa World Cup in Brazil.

Harry waited for more than 15 minutes as his succulent chicken breast fillet in pitta bread with a lemon and herb marinade - which is the mildest flavour the Portuguese-Mozambican eatery offers – was being prepared.

A surprised onlooker told the Daily Mirror newspaper, “It was surreal. He was very charming and politely refused a member of staff who approached him for a picture. I was gobsmacked to see him.”

The 29-year-old added extra cheese and creamy mash potato to his chicken pitta, and the rest of his order included a double chicken breast wrap with a medium spice marinade, a regular chips, a cooldrink and a mineral water.

Harry was joined at the restaurant by an unknown friend and two minders, who were casually dressed, and when he departed the restaurant staff took turns to sit in the seat he’d occupied.

Another witness added, “Moments after he left the restaurant clutching his dinner in a paper bag a member of staff jumped on the bench Harry had sat on and shouted, ‘I’m on the prince’s throne!’ Nobody could believe what had happened.” Bang Showbizz Share your thoughts:

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