The future king of England was spotted at Buetero, a "queer" bistro in Warsaw, which advertises itself on its Facebook and Instagram as a "queer space and inclusive bistro." According to a local, "Warsaw can surprise."
The Palace workers had made a reservation at Buetero, and the Prince of Wales inquired whether he could accompany them, according to a source. "He asked them what they were doing, and then asked to come along," said the source.
"We had absolutely no clue they were coming," said Buetero's owner, Pawe Zasim, who described it as a "inclusive space where everyone can feel good." "We had a table reserved for 12 persons under the name of Daisy. It was supposed to be a Daisy birthday party. But then Prince William walked in," he said.
William and his entourage stayed for three hours and said they "had a good time," according to Zasim. What was William's menu like? "He ate our sandwich in a braided roll with pulled pork."
The William's legacy of a long line of supporters is unique: Queen Elizabeth's 70-year reign saw significant changes in the UK in terms of LGBTQ+ rights, including the partial decriminalization of homosexuality in 1967 and the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Act in 2014.
Prince William said in 2019 that he would be "absolutely fine" if his children would come out as gay or lesbian, but he is concerned about the consequences they may face. "I think – obviously, absolutely fine by me," he said.
Buetero and its employees are still enjoying the royal visit, according to a cute video (above) from the bistro's Instagram! He's still enjoying the experience!