It can be a bit of a print to invite to the wedding party. Not at least if you are a member of the british royal family.
Yet failed prince Harry to take a very generous offer, that enough had saved him and his family for a proper printing.
in any case It is what the celebrity chef Jamie Oliver says in the tv programme 'Sunday Brunch' on Channel 4.
Here tells Oliver that he in conjunction with prince Harry's wedding with the duchess Meghan, sent a letter to the pair, which he offered to get the food to the dinner at Frogmore House in may.
Harry and Meghan said 'I will' to each other 19. may in St George's chapel at Windsor. Photo: AP
I wrote, in fact, and offered that if they would have to keep track of the food, I would deliver the best british and american cooks to come together to stand for the charge of the catering yourselves, told the 43-year-old chef, according to the magazine Hello!.
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But alas - there is evidence to suggest that the royal family wasn't ready to let the otherwise world-renowned chef cook for their distinguished guests.
- I got no reply. It is a true story, he notes.
the Royal family could otherwise have saved a small fortune on to accept Jamie Oliver's offer.
- I would have done it for free, he strikes fast.
Jamie Oliver, however, takes the refusal with a raised brow.
- They are very adept at protocol and to get done the type of events, so we were probably not the obvious choice.
Amal and George Clooney on the way to the wedding. Photo: AP
About 200 were invited to dinner at Frogmore House, which was held by prince Harry's father, prince Charles (so maybe it was him, Oliver should have written to?).
the Woman, who stood in for the dinner was the irish Clare Smyth, who lbev voted the World's best female chef of the year. On the menu, of course, was organic, was among the so-called 'fancy' burgers with wagyu meat.
The celebrity guests spoke - in addition to the royal family - tennisspilleren Serena Williams, actors George Clooney and Priyanka Chopra, Victoria and David Beckham, and tv host Oprah Winfrey.
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