Cheeky Prince Harry caught sneaking snacks behind his back while Meghan Markle promotes her charity cookbook

Moreover, the tasty treats have also found themselves a place in Meghan's first solo project, 'Together: Our Community Cookbook'.


                            Cheeky Prince Harry caught sneaking snacks behind his back while Meghan Markle promotes her charity cookbook

Prince Harry's cheekiness is nothing new, but this time, it looks like he was caught sneaking away samosas back home while his wife, Meghan Markle, continued to promote her charity cookbook. The Duke of Sussex seemed to be hiding the delicious snack behind his back as he emerged from the marquee to join his wife, reports the Daily Mail.

However, the royal then realized that he had been caught red-handed (or samosa handed, if you will) by the cameras doing the rounds at the charity event, and so, he proceeded to flash a cheeky grin to the cameras before leaving with his treats securely in his hands.

When the royal realized that he had been caught red-handed, he flashed a cheeky grin to the cameras before leaving with his treats securely in his hands. (Source: YouTube)
When the royal realized that he had been caught red-handed, he flashed a cheeky grin to the cameras before leaving with his treats securely in his hands. (Source: YouTube)

As per the publication, it appeared that Prince Harry liked the samosas so much that he wanted to take a few of the incredible snacks home with him to Nottingham Cottage, which is not too far from where the event was taking place. Moreover, the tasty treats have also found themselves a place in Meghan's first solo project, 'Together: Our Community Cookbook', which was released to support women affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.

At the charity event, Prince Harry, along with Meghan's mother Doria Ragland, looked extremely proud and supportive of his wife, as both he and Doria listened to Meghan addressing the women from the Hubb (which means love in Arabic) Community Kitchen. During her speech, the Duchess of Sussex described the charity cookbook as a "labor of love" that she has been working on for the past nine months. 

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex (C) arrives with her mother Doria Ragland (L) and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex to host an event to mark the launch of a cookbook with recipes from a group of women affected by the Grenfell Tower fire at Kensington Palace on September 20, 2018 in London, England.
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex (C) arrives with her mother Doria Ragland (L) and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex to host an event to mark the launch of a cookbook with recipes from a group of women affected by the Grenfell Tower fire at Kensington Palace on September 20, 2018 in London, England.

She said, "I'm so privileged to know you. Working on this project for the past nine months has been a tremendous labor of love. I have just recently moved to London and I felt so immediately embraced by the women in the kitchen, by your kindness and to be in this city and be in this room and see how multi-cultural it was."

"On a personal level, I feel so proud to live in a city with so much diversity. This whole country is represented by the people in the kitchen. It's pretty outstanding." She added, "There's so many people to thank - I'm extremely grateful because this is my first project and I appreciate your support. It truly took a village to see this through. Everyone has embraced this so fully because it has been a passion project for us all."