Prince William in Nashville
Prince William enjoyed a taste of Tennessee in August 2004, spending a week in Nashville.
One local newspaper said that Prince William flew first class on an American Airlines flight from Chicago. He was dressed in a buttoned down long-sleeve shirt tucked into "snug"
jeans. He wore a baseball cap pulled down low.
Using a false name, William flew with a security guard, complete with dark glasses. Prince William was the last one on the plane, and he boarded after three other security guards
walked all the way through the cabin.
At an Abercrombie & Fitch store at the CoolSprings Galleria Jordan asked him if he was Prince William, and he reportedly said - in a British accent: "No, I'm taller."
William was visiting Anna Sloan who had also studied at St Andrews University. Anna is the daughter of the late George Sloan who once rode in the Grand National horse race in England.
William stayed at the Sloan family 300 acre farm in Williamson County where he was able to swim in their pool.
William also had dinner at Sperry's where he dined with 15 friends. The Daily Mirror said that the group split the bill between them. William had chosen bacon-wrapped filet mignon
stuffed with blue cheese and creamed spinach.