Prince William served curry and drank beer with Peter Crouch as he took part in a special episode of the footballer’s podcast to talk about his Heads Up campaign and discuss his experiences as a football fan. The Duke of Cambridge, 38, even joked about Prince George’s future footall career, saying that not only could he see his son playing for his beloved Aston Villa, but that he could also become their top goal scorer. William invited the striker, 39, and the co-hosts of BBC Radio Five Live’s That Peter Crouch Podcast, Tom Fordyce and Chris Stark, to his Kensington Palace home in March, before they finished the episode via video call earlier this month. In a clip from the episode, William joked there must be ‘an Uber driver out there on the floor being frisked’ after he brought Peter, Chris, and Tom a curry from Samrat Indian Restaurant in Ealing, west London, which was delivered to Kensington Palace. Available today, the podcast release comes after details from Finding Freedom, the new bombshell book on Prince Harry, 35, and Meghan Markle, 38, was revealed at the weekend – laying bare the fractious relationship between the royal brothers. Prince William has taken part in a special episode… Read full this story
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