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Prince Harry would reportedly “pull a face” when witnessing how Prince Andrew spoke to staff in the royal kitchen, a former royal chef has claimed.
Darren McGrady, who used to work for the Royal Family, said that Princess Diana was keen to ensure her sons always had impeccable manners and thanked the staff for their food, the Daily Mirror reports.
As part of biographer Chris Hutchins book titled, Harry: The People's Prince, Mr McGrady said: “[Diana] would often bring William and Harry down to the kitchen to say thank you after a meal they’d enjoyed.”
He added that Fergie would follow in Diana's footsteps and try to do the same with her daughters, but would get the chefs' names wrong.
He explained: "Fergie was always trying to copy her. She would do it with Beatrice and Eugenie.
“But it was so obvious that she was just trying to be Diana. Plus, she’d get the names of the chefs wrong.”
Mr Hutchins claimed in his book that a young Harry would "pull a face" over how Prince Andrew spoke to some staff in the royal kitchen.
Mr McGrady said: “Andrew always came straight to the point and told you exactly what he wanted.
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“Whereas Harry had been taught to say, ‘Please may I have’, Andrew would bark, ‘Where are my mangoes? I want my mangoes.”
“I’m not surprised that Harry has turned out to be the same as Diana. She doted on him.”
Last week, the Queen’s head chef received a New Year Honour from Her Majesty.
Mark Flanagan, who oversaw the dishes served at Harry and Meghan’s 2018 wedding reception and has led the catering team at other major events like state banquets, was made a Lieutenant of the Royal Victorian Order (RVO) by the monarch.
The Daily Star has approached Buckingham Palace and the Duke of Sussex for comment.
- Prince Andrew
- Prince Harry
- Princess Diana
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