Prince William is said to have inherited a strict eating habit from his father King Charles and while it's one that he sticks to during royal engagements we'd really struggle.
The Prince of Wales has a busy royal calendar and whether it's visiting community groups or organisations which he is patron of, there's always the chance to have a catch up over tea and biscuits.
While you're likely to have seen photos of King Charles or his son Prince William tucking into some delicious treats, there is one thing you will never see and that's the current monarch and future monarch in royal line of succession stopping for lunch.
Clarence House first revealed the King, who was known as Prince Charles at the time, has an unusual eating regime in the 70 facts it released for his 70th birthday.
Number 20 on the list reads, "The Prince does not eat lunch."
While his former Press Secretary Julian Payne revealed Charles' eating habits. He told The Mirror, "The King doesn't eat lunch; so, an early lesson I learned when out on the road with him was to have a big breakfast or bring a few snack bars with you to keep you going.
"The working day is pretty relentless. Beginning with the radio news headlines and a breakfast of seasonal fruit salad and seeds with tea."
And skipping lunch is something Prince William is said to have adopted as part of his royal role.
According to Hello! Prince William does not eat while he is out and about on engagements. In the past he has been seen sampling a taste of a local delicacy or sweet treat - but apart from that, he shuns food - the same as Charles, who famously never stops for lunch. It's unknown exactly why William has adopted this habit.
Prince William and wife Kate Middleton have previously tucked into Ice cream during a visit to south Wales, and Charles sampled some local cheese on a former royal visit to a royal market in Devon.
And we wouldn't be able to resist either.
In other royal news, King Charles reveals his hopes that granddaughter Princess Charlotte will ‘look after him’ when he is ‘very old’, and this royal baby name is making a comeback - and it’s not the one you might think.
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