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Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s Favorite Meals Are Not Very Royal

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Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s Favorite Meals Are Not Very Royal

Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s Favorite Meals Are Not Very Royal

You would think being a royal baby or toddler means you are being fed caviar for lunch even at age 5.

But it turns out Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s favorite thing to eat is not necessarily royal.

Susana Victoria Perez has more.

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