The Royal Family may seem a world away from you and me but there’s one thing all children have in common and that’s being fussy eaters.

Every child grows up with their favourite food and other snacks they won’t touch despite their parents’ best attempts.

The Royal Family youngsters may come from a famous bloodline and grow up in castles, but they share a kiddish love for specific foods just like any other child.

Hello! dug into interviews and photos of the Royal Family children to work out what food each member loved the most.

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From pizzas to sweet-treats and old-fashioned British puddings, the youngest generation of Royals all certainly has their own tastes.

The children of Prince William and Kate Middleton are big fans of pizza.

Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis love getting their hands mucky and making their own dough, the Duchess of Cambridge revealed in an interview.

Prince Louis also has a more specific taste.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with their children on the balcony of Buckingham Place

Whilst filming a TV special with Mary Berry, Kate revealed he had acquired a taste for beetroot!

When he was a tot himself, Prince William had his own favourites which are well-known thanks to family chef Darren McGrady.

The chef posted on his website: “Whether they were at Buckingham or Kensington, William and Harry’s meals would consist of traditional, English food. A few favourites included Wills’ favourite cottage pie and peas, poached chicken and rice and fish cakes.”

The young princes also loved a sweet treat and classic British puddings.

Darren served them jam roly-poly, sticky toffee pudding and summer pudding during his time as chef.

Prince Harry is of course a father of his own now, with another little one on the way.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle with their son Archie

His and Meghan Markle’s son Archie is just two years old so isn’t demanding those hearty puddings his father was as a child just yet.

However, it’s likely that Archie will be raised eating a little healthier than his dad.

Meghan’s close friend Daniel Martin told CBS: “I’m sure the baby’s going to be raised clean and green. She loves to cook, eating organic whenever she can. I totally see her making her own food.”

Away from the immediate descendants of the Queen, other Royal children include the daughters of Zara and Mike Tindall.

Zara and Mike Tindall’s daughter Mia (left) with her cousins Savannah Phillips (right) and Isla Phillips at the Gatcombe Horse Trials

Mike has been known to share photos of his cooking exploits on social media and has praised Zara’s cooking abilities too, so daughters Mia and Lena are clearly in good hands.

The Queen’s great-grandchildren Isla and Savanna Phillips, daughters of Peter and Autumn, also seem to have inherited that Royal sweet tooth.

The girls have been pictured tucking into ice cream at outdoor events in the past.