Prince William and the duchess of Cambridge have given an unprecedented glimpse into their life behind palace doors in a new interview on BBC 1 radio.
The royal couple dropped in for a rare interview on the Scott Mills show to surprise Radio 1 DJ Adele Roberts who is running the London Marathon on Sunday for their Heads Together Campaign.
And when asked about their day-to-day life, Wills and Kate gave some very candid answers - revealing they enjoy ordering their favourite takeaway curry while lounging in their comfortable clothes watching Homeland or Game of Thrones at Kensington Palace.
On the subject of music, William spilled thaat he and Kate had partied with Tinie Tempah at Radio 1's Big Weekend in Bangor and even joked about his notorious 'dad dancing' in Verbier earlier this year when he admitted the couple would love to go to Glastonbury but haven't yet managed it.
'I've got into enough trouble with my dancing recently. So it's probably best to stay away from that one,' he said.
Speaking of their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte, William admitted that, like most parents, he’s subjected to a endless cartoons.
'Our daughter gets really upset if you're not showing due diligence to the characters.'
Fireman Sam is the current big hit with the young royals, while George is past the Peppa Pig stage.
Once the children are in bed, the pair often like to relax with a box set, naming Homeland and Game of Thrones as their go-to shows.
'So do you ever order takeaways? What’s your favourite?' Scott asked.
'Absolutely and curry - definitely!' Kate admitted.
However, the royals don’t actually get the food delivered to the palace doors, with William confessing: 'It doesn’t usually get ordered to the Palace to be honest, normally someone goes and picks it up.'
Scott was eager to find out what the royals wear during the nights they stay in to relax and asked if they wear jogging bottoms.
William replied: 'I’ve got my comfy clothes, yes. I don’t know if they're the same as what you wear though.'
And when asked what the pair had got the Queen – who turned 91 early this week – they joked it was hard to buy presents for the Monarch.
You're good at making things,’ kate joked to Will.
He continued: 'The great granchildren can make things. It doesn't matter what it looks like, it always goes down well.
'George does arts and crafts. He's very good.'
The pair concluded their interview by talking about the mental health programme he, Kate and Harry have been promoting this week.
'We've had an amazing time promoting mental health,'
‘It's been really eye opening seeing just how much this issue is really brimming under the surface. It's like a booling pan of soup. We've just taken the lid off.
'People are taking the challenge on. It's just a case of trying to get people have a conversation.'
You can watch William and Kate’s interview in full below.
Later on in the day, Kensington Palace also released a video of William, Kate and Harry discussing mental health.