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Prince William spotted ordering $14 sandwich during surprise visit to LGBTQI restaurant


Prince William has surprised diners at an LGBTQI restaurant in Warsaw during an unannounced trip to Poland.

The Prince of Wales arrived with his team at the cheap-and-cheerful Buetero Bistro, sitting down for three hours to enjoy a meal.

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Sneaky photos snapped from another table show a relaxed prince wearing a button-down shirt with no tie, ordering his food.

Meals at the restaurant, which is described online as a “queer space”, cost less than $A10, according to its website.

The heir’s team made the decision to go out for dinner and William decided to “join them”, a source told Daily Mail.

Prince William dines in Warsaw. Credit: Instagram

“He asked them what they were doing and then asked to come along,” the insider shared.

“It was a great night by all accounts. The team really appreciated him asking to join them.”

Restaurant owner Pawel Zasim said the prince ate a $A13.80 “sandwich in a braided roll with pulled pork” during the three-hour visit.

“And he ate everything, so I think he liked it,” Zasim told the publication.

William’s unannounced trip to Poland is to thank British and Polish troops involved in providing support to Ukraine.

The British deployment in Poland is part of a NATO build-up of strength on its eastern flank following Russia’s invasion.

Prince William poses for photos after speaking with young Ukrainian refugees. Credit: Chris Jackson/Getty Images

He also met refugees who had fled the conflict to hear about their experiences.

The royal’s trip to Rzeszow in southeast Poland, which had not been publicised in advance, is taking place under tight security.

But his spokesperson said William was very keen it went ahead.

Prince William lays a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Credit: Pool/Getty Images

“I’m here because I want to personally thank the Polish and British troops working in close and crucial partnership,” William said in a statement to Polish media on Wednesday.

“I also want to pay tribute to the inspiring humanity of the Polish people. You have opened your hearts as much as your homes.”

After the military engagements, the Prince of Wales travelled to Warsaw to visit an office block that was converted into an accommodation centre housing about 300 Ukrainian women and children who had fled the war.

Prince William smiles as he listens to young Ukrainian refugees and hears about their experiences of settling into life in Poland. Credit: Chris Jackson/Getty Images

On Thursday, he will lay a wreath at the Polish capital’s Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, where his late grandparents, Queen Elizabeth and her husband Prince Philip, also laid a wreath during their state visit in 1996.

He then has a meeting with the Poland’s President Andrzej Duda.

The trip, William’s first since he travelled there with his wife Kate in 2017, will conclude with a visit to a local food hall where he will greet young Ukrainian refugees who have settled in Warsaw.

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