Meghan Markle celebrated the launch of charity cookbook Together: Our Community Cookbook at Kensington Palace yesterday. She was joined by the women of Hubb Community Kitchen, her mum Doria Ragland and of course, her husband Prince Harry.

 

Harry looked as proud as punch as he supported his wife at her first solo event.

 

Meghan hosted a lunch for her guests, but it looks like Prince Harry just couldn’t wait to tuck into the grub.

 

 

The Duke tried to sneak some snacks away during a photo call, but he was caught red-handed by the cameras.

 

ITV News Royal Editor Chris Ship tweeted the hilarious video of the prince getting caught out.
 

 

In the video, Harry sheepishly sneaks back from the marquee with a hand full of snacks. The 34-year-old thought he got away with it but did a double-take when he realised the cameras were pointing right at him.

 

He cheekily laughed and grinned at the cameras when he realised he had been spotted.

 

 

We just love Harry’s witty sense of humour. He is by far one of the most down to earth members of the royal family.

 

He certainly looked ever the proud husband as Meghan delivered her speech at the special Kensington Palace party.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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She gushed about the women of the Hubb Community Kitchen, “Thank you so much for allowing me to be part of this adventure with you. I am so privileged to know you. I'm so excited to see the projects you're going to continue to do in your own community, the community at large, and also how you're going to inspire people globally by sharing your stories and your recipes."

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