Prince William spotted in a gay restaurant in Poland, his table neighbors can’t believe it

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Passing through Poland to support the British soldiers, Prince William went to an LGBTQ+ restaurant and surprised all the customers… including the owner.

As the coronation of King Charles III approaches, Prince William and his wife Kate are said to be suspicious of Meghan and Harry, and the couple’s relationship with Camilla is also not looking good. While official visit of his father to France next Monday worries the British in view of the demonstrations against the pension reform, he was himself, passing through Poland to support the armed forces in the War in Ukraine, and it surprised the locals to say the least.

The prince has indeed been glimpse at Butero Bistro in Warsaw, an LGBTQ+ restaurantaccording to the Daily Mail Online. He was with the staff at Kensington Palace and ordered a simple pulled pork sandwich with fries according to the owner of the establishment. A meal at just £7.50. A resident shared photos of William, writing “Warsaw can surprise. I dined today with the prince”. His photos were quickly picked up by the local media.

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Prince William and his evening at a Polish gay restaurant

The Crown Prince would have liked to join the Kensington staff, who had made reservations at a restaurant close to where they worked, which they accepted and even really appreciated. A great evening for the whole team according to the images.

George, Charlotte and Louis’ father reportedly struggled to decide what to order but was helped by staff, according to the Mail Online, who says his gesture was much appreciated, in a country where LGBTQ+ rights are threatened by the government. A dinner interpreted as support in the face of Polish repression of the community.

Opened in November 2022, the Butero Bistro is a queer space whose sign is in rainbow colors, which notably organizes drag-queen evenings and opposes the government. It wants to be inclusive and welcomes everyone.

Owner Pawel Zasim told the Mail Online that he had no idea Prince William was coming in the bistro. The booking for 12 was in Daisy’s name for a birthday party. The group stayed for three hours and seem to have had a great time. The prince finished his sandwich, a dish called “Kanapka w chałce”.

His surprise visit to this country bordering Ukraine was kept secret. He had notably gathered at the tomb of the unknown soldier in Warsaw and went in Rzeszow with the British soldiers.

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