AceShowbiz - We have an adorable prince over here. It seems like Prince Harry was hungry during the launch of her charity cookbook "Together: Our Community Cookbook" on Thursday, September 20 at Kensington Palace. The 34-year-old prince was captured in a video by ITV reporter Chris Ship as he sneakily held a samosa behind his back.
The video saw the Duke of Sussex naturally approaching a group of guests with a stolen samosa in his hand. He might think that no one noticed what he was doing, so when he spotted a camera recorded his action, the British royal showed a big grind that was too cute to be true.
"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," Ship captioned the priceless video.
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@KensingtonRoyalpic.twitter.com/3BWd0TYqj8— Chris Ship (@chrisshipitv) September 20, 2018
During the event, which marked the first hosting event by Meghan Markle, the royal couple was joined by Meghan's mom Doria Ragland. The Duchess of Sussex helped cooking and prepare food for the launching event for the best-selling book, for which she wrote the foreword.
All the recipe was from a community kitchen run by women affected by Grenfell Tower tragedy. The profits from the sales of "Together" will support the Hubb Community Kitchen, keeping it open for up to seven days a week and helping widen its reach to others in the community.
During her royal speech, the 37-year-old beauty told the crowd, "Working on this project for the past nine months has been a tremendous labor of love. I had just recently moved to London and I felt so immediately embraced by the women in the kitchen, your warmth, your kindness and also to be able to be in the city and to see in this one small room how multicultural it was."
"On a personal level, I feel so proud to live in a city that can have so much diversity. It's 12 countries represented in this one group of women--it's pretty outstanding," she added.