‘Send me to the palace,’ says the narrator. With Prince George’s favorite meal, a celebrity chef promises to dazzle.
After Prince William disclosed his son’s fondness for Italian cuisine, a celebrity chef has promised to prepare his favorite dish for Prince George.
Aldo Zilli, 65, claimed he was waiting for a call from Kensington Palace to prepare his favorite dish for Prince George, eight. When Prince William, 39, was working with the Italian-born celebrity chef at the juvenile homelessness charity Centrepoint, he disclosed his son’s favorite meal.
Mr Zilli explained, “I’m waiting for the phone because supposedly his little boy’s favorite food is spaghetti carbonara, so I’m waiting for the call to go cook for him.”
“If George has my carbonara, he will never have another one,” he said. “Let’s get this party started, send me to the castle to cook!”
The celebrity chef also discussed his interactions with the Duke of Cambridge.
“[William] is an outstanding gentleman,” he said.
“He’ll come over to you and talk about—he knows all there is to know about everyone.
“That’s what I admire about folks like that; they make sure they know who you are and what you do for a living before they approach you; it’s a very intelligent thing to do.”
“He’s such a great, great guy,” Zilli continued, “and I’m a big supporter of the Royal Family.”
But Prince George’s fondness for the traditional Italian dish isn’t the only time he’s demonstrated a fondness for pasta-based dishes.
Prince, who is eight years old, is said to have assisted his mother in the preparation of “cheesy pasta.”
George’s love for pasta puts him at odds with his spice-obsessed parents.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 39, has previously stated that curry is her go-to dish.
“The children have a piece with no spice,” she added, pointing to the Duke of Cambridge. “Yours is medium, and I quite like it hot.”
Prince William acknowledged to the owner of a fish and chip shop in Barry that he prefers a milder flavor.
“He stated he didn’t like it too spicy, but curry [sauce]is his favorite,” said Craig O’Shea, the owner of a fish and chip business in the Welsh town.