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KFC dubs Prince William 'His Royal Thighness' after he's caught peering into restaurant window

By Sarah Young

 

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Prince William goes by many names, from the Duke of Cambridge to Wills and even Wombat – a nickname lovingly given to him as a child by his mother, Princess Diana.

 

But now the royal has earned himself a new title: “His Royal Thighness”.

 

The duke was granted the unique moniker by the fast food chain KFC after he was spotted peering into the windows of one of its restaurants during an official engagement.

 

On Tuesday, William and the Duchess of Cambridge stepped out to meet with some of the 100 finalists from Kate’s “Hold Still” photography project, which she launched during the lockdown.

 

Full Story: https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/royal-family/prince-william-kfc-window-photo-twitter-troll-b1220948.html

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24 minutes ago, fishtank said:

Why?

Because "nosey beggar" would have been disrespectful.

 

 

 

 

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Bu99er is an unacceptable word on thaivisa
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5 minutes ago, sammieuk1 said:

How spookey I also have  nicknames for almost all of them to and one for Jeremy Hunt 🤔

And you have the freedom to utter them without fear of being imprisoned for 12 years

(although I do believe that your nickname for Mr Hunt can not be broadcast on the BBC before the 9.00pm watershed).

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You going to eat all those fries?

 

Edit:  I mean, "All those chips?"

 

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7 minutes ago, pacovl46 said:

That “nickname” doesn’t make sense whatsoever! 

No, especially as he only likes those spicy chicken wings.....:licklips:

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43 minutes ago, Bangkok Barry said:

Prince Willy: What does one sell in KFC?

Considering the article I read recently referring to the 'Royals' diet this comment might not be far off the mark.

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