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Will and Kate showed off some serious skills as they made each other laugh during their broadcast. The royal couple then opened up about their life at home with George and Charlotte, including ordering curry takeout while in their “comfy clothes.”
“It’s Friday! 21st of April, and this is a very special official chart,” William announced in a booming voice. Kate, who sat beside her husband in the DJ booth, couldn’t help but burst into a fit of giggles as she listened to William through her headphones.
Kate, who wore skinny black jeans and a ruffled cream Temperley shirt, then took her turn, saying: “We’ll bring you all the big stories, new entries, high climbers and of course, the top ten in full.
Then it was William’s turn.
“Or will Ed Sheeran reclaim that top spot. He had 13 weeks at No. 1 with ‘Shape of You’ before Harry came along and spoiled his Easter…sounds familiar,” he quipped in a hilarious nod to younger brother, Prince Harry.
When DJ Scott Mills asked how the royal couple likes to relax, they revealed they order takeout and watch their favorite shows, including Homeland and Game of Thrones.
“Absolutely and curry — definitely!” Kate said, while William added that the order doesn’t get delivered to the palace.
“Normally someone goes and picks it up,” he said.
The small screen dramas are a welcome reprieve from the animated shows that George watches.
“George gets really upset if you’re not showing due diligence to the characters,” William said.
When asked what they wear during chill nights at home, the royal dad said: “I’ve got my comfy clothes, yes.”
When the subject turned to music and whether they have ever considered going incognito to music festivals, William quipped: “I’ve got into enough trouble with my dancing recently. So it’s probably best to stay away from that one.” (William was caught on video doing a little dad-dancing during a guys-only ski trip last month.)
Earlier in the day, William, Kate and Harry sat down for an honest conversation about mental health in a video for their Heads Together campaign, encouraging everyone to speak openly about the personal issues they may face. The organization aims to combat the stigma around mental health and Will, Kate and Harry have each opened up over the past week about the issues they face.
This article originally appeared in People.