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Prince William stuns diners as he is spotted eyeing up KFC!

The fast food chain had a cheeky response

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Gemma Strong
Online Digital News Director
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Prince William gave some fast-food diners the surprise of their life on Tuesday! The future king was spotted looking through the window of a KFC restaurant in Waterloo as he walked with his wife to view one of the billboards showcasing her Hold Still photography project.

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The Duke, 38, waved to surprised customers as he paused to look inside before carrying on with the engagement. And it didn't take long for KFC to respond!

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The company tweeted one of the photos showing William outside their restaurant, along with the message: "William whispered quietly to himself; 'Oh, I just can't wait to be wing.'" A follow-up message read: "I'm sad I didn't call him His Royal Thighness in the main tweet tbh."

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Prince William stunned KFC customers on Tuesday

During their engagement, the royal couple met with some of the 100 finalists from Kate's Hold Still photography project, which she launched during the lockdown.

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The Duchess, 38, looked incredible in a tailored long red coat by Alexander McQueen as she met with Hackey Food Hub volunteer Sami Massalami Mohammed Elmassalami Ayed, who featured in the image 'Sami', taken by Grey Hutton – and oncology pharmacist Joyce Duah, who took the photograph 'All in this Together'.

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The fast-food chain was quick to react

Kate, who is a keen amateur photographer, launched Hold Still in May in collaboration with the National Portrait Gallery, of which she is patron.

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She helped to select 100 finalists from 31,000 entries and unveiled them in the National Portrait Gallery’s digital exhibition in September.

From Tuesday, the photographs will appear on billboards, bus stops, train stations and shop fronts for the next four weeks.

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