PRINCE William was seen eyeing up KFC while he joined Kate Middleton to see her coronavirus lockdown picture project today.
The Duke of Cambridge was looking into the fast food shop at Waterloo this morning.
The couple travelled to Waterloo this morning to view one of the public exhibition sites.
Kate and Wills then celebrated with Hackney Food Hub volunteer Sami Massalami Mohammed Elmassalami Ayed, who featured in winning pic called 'Sami'.
They are also meeting with Joyce Duah of picture 'All In This Together', a specialist oncology pharmacist at St Bart's hospital.
Her picture of colleagues Amelia Chowdhury and Dipal Samuel who were drafted in to work as pharmacy technicians in the Intensive Care Unit.
The Duchess of Cambridge has already unveiled 100 photos from her Hold Still project documenting life under Covid.
The remarkable images are today going on display in 80 towns and cities across the country.
Hold Still was launched by the duchess in May in collaboration with the National Portrait Gallery.
The top 100 whittled down from 31,000 entries will on billboards, bus stops, train stations and shop fronts for the next four weeks at 80 towns and cities across Britain.
One of the portraits ‘Melanie, March 2020’, taken by Johannah Churchill, has been recreated as a hand-painted mural in Manchester city centre.
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All 100 portraits will also feature in a special exhibition hosted by the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire from 23rd October.
The exhibition is supported by the Co-op which launched ‘Co-operate’ in April to help connect vulnerable people to local and national support initiatives and has recently provided emergency relief funding to 4,500 community causes.