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Prince William reveals what he really eats in a day during a trip to Cornwall

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The Prince of Wales revealed his daily diet during a trip to Cornwall, saying he drinks three cups of tea because Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis “keep him awake.”

The 40-year-old Duke of Cornwall made his first official visit to the county since taking up his new role yesterday, and during the visit to Newquay Orchard wrote a nutrition sheet saying he eats two eggs and buttered wholemeal toast for the breakfast.

Meanwhile, he told nutritionist Monique Hyland that he had a “junk” sandwich for lunch, before having fish and mushrooms for dinner.

He also revealed that he doesn’t drink coffee, but has three cups of tea a day because the ‘kids’ can keep him awake and he ‘needs more cups of tea to keep going’.

The Prince of Wales revealed his daily diet during a trip to Cornwall, saying he drinks three cups of tea because Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis “keep him awake.”

He made the confessions during a visit to Newquay Orchard, which offers environmental education, job training and community events.

She explained that she gets a healthy start to the day by eating two eggs and buttered whole wheat toast.

He wrote on a nutrition sheet that he had enjoyed apple juice and a cup of tea with milk and sugar.

He said he was “trying to cut back on sugar.”

He also revealed that he doesn't drink coffee, but has three cups of tea a day because 'kids' can keep him awake (Pictured Jubilee)

He also revealed that he doesn't drink coffee, but has three cups of tea a day because 'kids' can keep him awake (Pictured Jubilee)

He also revealed that he doesn’t drink coffee, but has three cups of tea a day because ‘kids’ can keep him awake (Pictured Jubilee)

He made the confessions during a visit to the Newquay Orchard, which offers environmental education, job training and community events.

He made the confessions during a visit to the Newquay Orchard, which offers environmental education, job training and community events.

He made the confessions during a visit to the Newquay Orchard, which offers environmental education, job training and community events.

He made the confessions during a visit to the Newquay Orchard, which offers environmental education, job training and community events.

He made the confessions during a visit to the Newquay Orchard, which offers environmental education, job training and community events.

Mr. Berkeley showed William around the site and met with staff, volunteers, children and youth for a one-hour visit.

Mr. Berkeley showed William around the site and met with staff, volunteers, children and youth for a one-hour visit.

Mr. Berkeley showed William around the site and met with staff, volunteers, children and youth for a one-hour visit.

But for lunch he said he had a “kind of horny looking sandwich” with a glass of water.

Prince William’s special connection to Cornwall

William’s link to Cornwall stretches back and includes happier memories of holidays with his father and mother Diana, as well as his own family.

The Duke visited Tresco Island with his brother Harry and his parents Charles and Diana as a child in June 1989.

A photo from the break captures seven-year-old William preparing for a bike ride with his family, Diana standing behind him in a fuchsia sweater.

Over the years, he has also made several trips to the Duchy with his father, and Charles has long encouraged William to take an interest in its operation and its portfolio of land, financial investments, and property.

The duke first attended a meeting of the Prince’s Council, which oversees the management of the Duchy, in 2011.

In 2016, he visited the Duchy projects in Cornwall and Scillies with the Duchess of Cambridge.

The footage showed the couple boarding a boat to St Martins after visiting Tresco Abbey Garden.

In November 2017, he hosted two officials from the Duchy of Cornwall at Kensington Palace. Wills had a private audience with Alastair Martin, secretary of the Duchy, and Keith Willis, chief financial officer.

In 2018, it seemed that Prince William’s interest in the Duchy was increasing. He paid a private visit to Poundbury, Charles’ model town.

In the past two years, William has accompanied his father to meetings in the Duchy of Cornwall, immersed himself in the inheritance business and poignantly praised his father in last year’s ITV documentary on the subject.

In 2020, in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, William took his family to Tresco Island for a summer vacation, where they stayed at his father’s home, Dolphin House.

In addition to their 2020 summer vacation in the Scillies, the family returned in October, staying in a modest four-bedroom stone cottage.

And last year, Prince William and Kate enjoyed a family vacation to the Isles of Scilly for the second year in a row.

The Prince and Princess are believed to have traveled there for a holiday with their children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

They then returned for a second trip to Cornwall while taking part in the G7 summit in the area.

He said: ‘Not a particularly interesting lunch!’

Prince William went on to say that he would probably have a dish like white fish with mushrooms for dinner.

He said he “doesn’t drink coffee,” so he drinks “two or three cups of tea” a day, as well as enjoying snacks like bananas and chocolate chip cookies or brownies.

Meanwhile, he added that he could have a glass of red wine every day.

He finished his summary by adding that he wished he was saying something more interesting, joking that he could have a ‘shot of sambuca’.

Mr. Berkeley showed William around the site and met the staff, volunteers, children and youth during a one hour visit.

The project was founded eight years ago by Luke Berkeley in the north Cornish town on land owned by the Duchy of Cornwall.

The orchard currently works with more than 120 volunteers each week, who manage the land stewardship and, in addition to growing a variety of fruits and vegetables, there is a community cafe that sells much of the produce.

He was taken on a tour of the workshops, shown ‘An Lowarth’ – Cornish for ‘garden’ – and walked through polythene tunnels containing produce.

The Duke also met with staff working in the educational area where people are trained in cooking, gardening and other practical skills.

Berkeley, who is chief executive of the orchard, said he was “very, very proud” that William had chosen the project in his first official Cornish engagement in his new role.

“We had a visit from the King a couple of months ago and we feel enormously privileged to be considered in this way,” Berkeley said.

“We have had a lot of support from the Duchy, for which we are very grateful. The King has always been a great support and clearly we would not be here without him.

‘William was very interested in learning about the work we do and is passionate about youth, the environment and mental health.’

He added: ‘It really was a lovely visit and William took the time to talk to the people who have supported the project and those who are involved with the work we do here.

“The reaction he got from people, the enjoyment and the smiles, will stay with me for a long time.”

While in Cornwall, the Duke visited the Duchy’s offices to meet staff as they proceed with the administration of the estate.

William became the heir apparent, and became known as the Prince of Wales, after the death of his grandmother and the accession of his father, Charles, to become king.

William also inherited the title of Duke of Cornwall and is now the Duke of Cornwall and Cambridge.

Kate is now known as the Princess of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall and Cambridge.

The Duke also met with staff working in the educational area where people are trained in cooking, gardening and other practical skills.

The Duke also met with staff working in the educational area where people are trained in cooking, gardening and other practical skills.

The Duke also met with staff working in the educational area where people are trained in cooking, gardening and other practical skills.

Berkeley, who is chief executive of the orchard, said he was “very, very proud” that William had chosen the project in his first official Cornish engagement in his new role.