Mother-to-be Kate Middleton craves for Indian vegetable curry

Mother-to-be Kate Middleton craves for Indian vegetable curry
London:  Mother-to-be Kate Middleton is craving for Indian vegetable curry cooked by an Indian couple in her Bucklebury neighbourhood.

The seven-month pregnant Duchess of Cambridge has enjoyed the homemade dish cooked for her by Chan Shingadia and her husband Hash, who run the Spar shop in Kate's hometown village of Bucklebury, southern England.

The Indian couple are family friends of Kate's mother and father, Carol and Michael.

The Duchess, 31, picked up the meal from the store in the village of Upper Bucklebury, British tabloid The Sun reported today.

Kate was visiting her parents on the weekend of her second wedding anniversary at the end of April, it said.

Hash did not want to say what Kate ate.

But he added: "We cook for her mum and family."

When asked about Kate's cravings he said: "Yes, yes - she likes my wife's cooking." Chan added: "I'm vegetarian - I only cook vegetarian curry."

The couple spoke about Kate's love of Chan's food after being invited to the Royal Wedding to see Kate and William tie the knot in 2011.

He said: "My wife made her curry a little while ago which she totally enjoyed. I think she came in one day and my wife was cooking upstairs. She said it smelled lovely, so my wife gave her some to take away.

Story First Published: May 12, 2013 19:44 IST

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