It appears Prince Harry always enjoys the food on offer and we don’t really blame him.
Prince Harry relished it so much so, that he couldn’t resist sneaking some extra out with him!
In a major throwback video, the Duke of Sussex, Harry, was spotted pinching some samosas in a video shared on Twitter by ITV journalist Chris Ship. He then promptly hid them behind his back and started chatting to a group of people. After realising he’d been caught, Prince Harry gave a cheeky laugh to the cameras in the amusing clip.
This is an old video where Prince Harry Harry was on hand to support Meghan as she celebrated the launch of the cookbook she helped to produce, called Together: Our Community Cookbook. On the same day, Meghan’s mother Doria Ragland also made a surprise appearance on the day of the event.
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The couple invited women from the Hubb Community Kitchen to showcase their creations to members of the local community, representatives from Ebury Press, Al Manaar Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre and The Royal Foundation.
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I could be wrong but I reckon we’ve caught Prince Harry red handed stealing some samosas from the Meghan’s ‘Together’ cookbook event they were at today!! Have a watch… #HubbCommunityKitchen @KensingtonRoyal pic.twitter.com/3BWd0TYqj8
— Chris Ship (@chrisshipitv) September 20, 2018
During the event Meghan also gave a three-minute speech without notes at the event, saying: “On a personal note I’m especially grateful because this is my first project so I appreciate your support for the vision that I had for this and seeing it come to fruition. And everyone behind the scenes: it truly took a village to see this through. Everyone embraced this so deeply because it’s been a passion project for all of us and for very good reason.
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“The power of food is more than just the meal itself, it is the story behind it. And when you get to know the story of the recipe, you get to know the person behind it. And that’s what we’re talking about in terms of coming together to really engage and talk. To be able to celebrate what connects us rather than what divides us, I believe, is the ethos of Together.”
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