PRINCE William has confirmed his love of Nando’s — but admits he usually has his police protection officer get it for him.
Tonight’s BBC1 documentary Football, Prince William And Our Mental Health shows him meeting a footballer with mental health problems.
The prince is interested to learn that Jamo, from South Wales, also works at Nando’s.
Jamo asks: “You like Nando’s?”
Wills instantly replies: “I like Nando’s — everyone likes a Nando’s.”
He seems surprised and asks when he last had one. Wills adds: “It was a while ago now.
“In fact, the policeman who’s on with me again, he’s the one who gets me the Nando’s the whole time. It’s his fault.”
The prince has admitted to trying their food previously, as a result of being tempted to try it by his Metropolitan Police bodyguard.
At a business conference in 2018, William was introduced to the co-founder of Nando’s, Robert Brozin, and pointed out his security officer.
He told him: “This man here is your biggest fan. He introduced me to Nando’s, it’s very good, he should buy a stake in Nando’s.”
The prince made tonight’s BBC1 documentary to chart his Heads Up campaign with the Football Association which aims to use football as a way of getting men to tackle mental health problems ranging from depression to thoughts of suicide.
- Football, Prince William And Our Mental Health is on BBC1 tonight at 8.05pm