The Dukes of Sussex decided to organize a special Christmas holiday in Canada. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle not all the time spent in the home, and wanted to visit one of the popular restaurants. However, the owners refused to book a table for members of the Royal family.
As reported by the Vancouver Sun, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wanted to have dinner at a canadian restaurant Deep Cove Chalet. The school is famous for its delicious French-inspired cuisine. According to unofficial reports, the Duchess often visited there during the filming of the series “Force majeure”, and therefore invited her husband to the restaurant. However, the owners decided to deny the spouses in the reservation, although there were a lot of empty seats at their chosen time.
Subsequently, Pierre Koffel and his wife who own the restaurant, explained his decision. They admitted that they just couldn’t guarantee the peace of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, because many Canadians wanted to chat with the Royal couple. And security of guests the owners of the restaurant also promised to.
They depart from tradition, and I just wish them all the best. May they be in peace and quiet. I wish them all the privacy they can get. They had it coming
– explained the representatives of the Deep Cove Chalet.
In a sign of apology Pierre Koffel gave the Dukes of Sussex and two children’s books for Archie Harrison. Restaurant owners do not hide that would like to meet with Harry and Megan and hope that their surprise will like spouses.
In Canada, Prince Harry and Megan Markle will greet the New year. The Royal couple took a 6 week vacation, which is held in a luxurious mansion in the suburbs of Vancouver. Eyewitnesses claim that the Dukes of Sussex spend a lot of time with my son, walking with him in the Park.
At the same time the pair does not forget the Royal traditions. On the eve of Christmas Prince Harry and Meghan Markle congratulated all the fans happy holidays, and the network published a magic card that Dukes sent to charitable organizations with which we cooperate.