Prince Harry was caught by the internet stealing samosas at Meghan Markle’s cookbook launch

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  • Yeah, we all saw you.

    Now that the Hubb Community Kitchen and Meghan Markle’s joint charity cookbook has launched, we’re keen to grab ourselves a copy as everything in it sounds delicious. With 50 different recipes spanning from aubergine masala through to coconut chicken curry, there’s one person who’s very familiar with the recipes – and he’s been found out. During the launch of Together: Our Community Cookbook yesterday at Kensington Palace, Prince Harry was filmed sneaking away from a photo call to grab a handful of samosas.

    The moment was caught on camera by ITV and one of their reporters pinpointed the moment, tweeting, ‘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!’

    And, well, the footage speaks for itself. While the camera initially focused on the crowd posing for the cameras, it quickly panned over to Prince Harry who is spotted walking very quickly away from the marquee before slipping into a inconspicuous stroll. (Not at all obvious, Harry.) Although he did his best to hide his stolen goods behind his back, the camera caught the whole thing and you can see the very tip of a samosa peeking out of his little haul.

    In a moment right out of The Office, he spotted the camera halfway through a conversation with one of the attendees. Clearly knowing he’d been done for, he poked his head out from behind the crowd and grinned guiltily – knowing full well he’d misbehaved. Honestly Harry, if you’d just waited a few more minutes…

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    Prince Harry wasn’t the only person who attended to support Meghan, as her mother Doria Ragland also showed up to support her daughter’s meaningful project. Meghan, who first met the women of the Hubb Community Kitchen while volunteering to cook for Grenfell Tower survivors, developed the charity cookbook alongside them to help raise funds for the those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.

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    With recipes from places as diverse as Northern Africa and the Middle East, she penned a foreword to the book and many of its dishes were available at the launch luncheon.

    Want to support a good cause and find out if the samosas are as good as Prince Harry thinks they are? You can grab yourself a copy of the book titled Together: Our Community Cookbook on Amazon for £9.99 – it’s already a number one bestseller on the site despite just dropping yesterday.

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