The Royal Wedding isn’t until May next year, but people are already bursting with excitement for the big day.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot in 5 months time, but The Tea Terrace just couldn’t wait that long. They’ve only gone and launched a commemorative menu, where every dish is inspired by the royal romance. A few of the couples’ favourite dishes will feature, alongside items that “reflect their story”.
Guests will be able to choose from three main courses, such as Seswaa – a traditional dish from Botswana, which is where Harry sourced the stone for Meghan’s engagement ring, and roast chicken, as that’s what Harry was supposedly cooking the night he proposed. For dessert, diners can choose between Botswana malva pudding or banana loaf, which, rumour has it, is going to be the couple’s wedding cake.
What’s more, profits from the menu will be donated to Prince Harry’s charity, which supports the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people affected by HIV in Lesotho and Botswana.
You’ll find The Tea Terrace at House of Fraser branches on Oxford Street and Victoria Street (and in Guildford if you happen to be venturing southwest). You can also book to dine in a Cinderella carriage like the Princess that you are.