Prince William Visits LGBTQ-Friendly Restaurant During Trip to Poland

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Prince William, the Prince of Wales, visited Butero Bistro in Warsaw, an LGBTQ-friendly restaurant, during his recent trip to Poland, as reported by PEOPLE.

The restaurant promotes itself as a "queerspace with comfort food" and serves a variety of dishes, including a sandwich called "kanapka w chalce" which the Prince ordered.

His team had made the reservation for dinner, and the Prince asked to join them resulting in a "great night" during his two-day tour of Poland.

A playful clip was shared on Instagram by a Butero Bistro team member who taped a homemade "Prince William" sign to a wooden chair at a long table.

Although same-sex marriages and civil unions are not recognized in Poland, Prince William has previously supported the LGBTQ community by denouncing homophobic bullying and visiting organizations dedicated to alleviating LGBTQ youth homelessness.

The restaurant stop occurred on the first day of his trip to Poland, where he traveled to thank the people for their "humanity and hospitality" during the war in neighboring Ukraine.

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