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Prince William spotted wolfing down £5 fry-ups in work canteen - despite wife Kate Middleton's healthy-eating regime

Mirror Mirror 18/09/2016 Jonathan Sharman

Credits: PA © Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Credits: PA Prince William has been spotted wolfing down plates of bacon and eggs in the work canteen during his shifts as an East Anglian Air Ambulance pilot, despite wife Kate's attempts to keep him healthy. 

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It's hard to resist the allure of a good fry-up, and it seems the temptation is no weaker if you have a Royal's refined tastes.

The 34-year-old prince was said to have been on a healthy-eating kick and nutrition experts even commented on his newly svelte look after a visit to a children's hospice earlier this month.

But the £5 at Cambridge Airport's staff canteen, consisting of bacon, eggs, tomatoes, sausages, baked beans and mushrooms, has proved to good to miss for the experienced helicopter pilot. 

A canteen regular said: “William seems to be a lot slimmer and trimmer these days thanks to plenty of exercise and Kate feeding him healthy meals at home. 

“But it’s a different story when he is at work.

“The canteen does excellent fry-ups and he can’t resist them.”

One cheeky diner has apparently even teased the prince for eating so many of the breakfasts.

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are due to make their second official visit to Canada next week, this time with Prince George and Princess Charlotte in tow.

Touching down on September 24 in Victoria, British Columbia, the royal children will be based there at Government House with their nanny Maria Borrallo while their parents carry out more than 30 engagements.

Everything from a trip to the the majestic Great Bear Rainforest, a visit to the immigration Services Society to meet Syrian refugees, taking a float plane, a canoe and even fishing is on the agenda.

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