Prince Harry caught 'red handed stealing some samosas'

Jaimie-lee Prince
Sep 24, 2018
07:44 A.M.
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Prince Harry was none the wiser when he thought he could get away with snatching up some treats at Meghan Markle's charity cookbook launch. He was caught red-handed in a clip that landed on Twitter.


PEOPLE reported that the 34-year-old royal attended his humanitarian wife's outdoor reception for her book filled with recipes from women whose community was affected by the Grenfell tower fire.

Troublesome Harry took it upon himself to grab up some of the treats before the photo session, after which he could have eaten freely. The video of his mischief is found below.

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The camera caught him re-entering the crowd with his hands cleverly placed behind his back. They were filled with tasty snacks.

When he looked around to make sure he was in the clear, Harry noticed the ITV camera was pointed directly at him and his delicious treasures.


He gave the camera a smile as if to wordlessly confirm his apparent guilt.

In addition to her husband, Markle's mother Doria Ragland was also present at the Kensington Palace launch held by the 37-year-old.

It was her first solo project as a royal. Markle wrote the forward for the book, "Together: Our Community Cookbook."


At the event, she collaborated with the women from the Hubb Community to cook up a meal including coconut chicken curry, aubergine masala, and chapatis.

Her speech pointed out the efforts of Markle and the women she worked with to put the recipes together. She called the results a "tremendous labor of love."

She addressed the women who made her feel welcome:

“I had just recently moved to London and I felt so immediately embraced by the women of the kitchen. She added: “Your warmth and your kindness, and also to be in this city and see in this one small room how multicultural it was.”


Markle also spoke about the diversity of the city:

“I felt, on a personal level, so proud to live in a city that can have so much diversity. That there are 12 countries represented in this one small room, is pretty outstanding,”

Markle and Harry had shared another event back in March 2018. But fans weren't sure what was eyebrow-raising at the Commonwealth Day service that day.


In the clip, Harry can be seen raising his brows at Markle who is seated next to him. They just finished listening to Liam Payne's "Waiting on the World to Change."

The Prince's facial expression caused the former "Suits" star to lower her face, seemingly in a reserved fit of laughter, towards her chest.

Contrastingly, it was just last week in September that we revisited an incident when Harry was on the receiving end of some mischief.

Last year, someone stole Harry's popcorn when he attended a volleyball game between the United Kingdom and Denmark.

But this toddler was arguably a more adorable little thief than Harry ever was.

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