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Princes William and Harry hit Memphis rib house, the Rendezvous

Posted By on Fri, May 2, 2014 at 6:16 AM

click to enlarge PAPARAZZI: Women squealed and light bulbs flashed as the royals exited the Rendezvous in Memphis last night.
  • PAPARAZZI: Women squealed and light bulbs flashed as the royals exited the Rendezvous in Memphis last night.
Let the choice-of-BBQ debate begin. The Duke of Cambridge, HRH Prince William, and his baby bro, Harry, indeed are in Memphis for the wedding of a pal, nightclub operator Guy Pelly, to a former Memphian from the family of Holiday Inn founder Kemmons Wilson.

Their appearances included a late-night stop at the Rendezvous, the venerable downtown rib joint in the alley across from The Peabody hotel There's better barbecue in Memphis, many will howl.

The Commercial Appeal website grabbed photos of the royals at the Rendezvous. The Tennessean reported that the Rendezvous was the site of a pre-wedding party for 175. That newspaper also has some video with onlookers squealing as the lads arrive.

Can't get enough of the royals? The Daily Mail is for you.

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