The Prince of Wales, William, made the revelation about his favourite restaurant as he met the co-founder of the restaurant chain.
The Prince of Wales, William, revealed he is a fan of Nando’s – after being introduced to the restaurant chain by one of his detectives.
William told Robert Brozin, who co-founded the brand in South Africa 35 years ago, that he had sampled his food. Pointing to his police protection officer, William said: “This man here is your biggest fan, he’s introduced me to Nandos. It’s very good. He should buy a stake in Nandos.”
William joins the ranks of high-profile fans of the chain, which is famed for its spicy Peri Peri chicken dishes, including Oprah Winfrey, Jay Z, David Beckham, Ricky Gervais and Rihanna.
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Robert Brozin, who co-founded Nandos in Johannesburg in 1987, said: “I’m not surprised he’s eaten at Nando’s. The beauty of Prince Harry and Prince William is that they’re really accessible and they are guys that go out a lot – I’m very happy that they’ve tried it. I was certain they would have tried it because they’re so accessible they’re people’s people, which is so nice.”
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Robert Brozin added: “I want to share with the young Commonwealth entrepreneurs about the opportunities that are available and how to reach out.” Asked about the secret of his success he replied: “The people that work for us and the product obviously, it’s the people that make the chicken.”
William also spoke about his ambitions for the Royal Foundation, which he founded with Prince Harry and the Duchess of Cambridge in 2011. He told delegates: “We, as the Royal Foundation, can help lead, but if we can connect to some of those bigger foundations in the world and come together with one message, imagine the focus and the change. I like the idea of a team. It’s all about how we work together.”
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He added that he hoped the Youth and Business Forums would continue to team up in future, saying: “Given the importance of the issues you are discussing today – from tackling youth unemployment to nurturing entrepreneurs of the future – I hope that this joint session will continue at future CHOGMs as we go forward.”
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