Meghan Markle: Royal wedding menu could feature wild boar due to Prince Harry
Due to take place at St George’s Chapel on May 19, there has been much speculation on the finer details of the royal wedding.
From the designer of Meghan’s dress to who she may pick as her bridesmaids, many elements of the event are still to be confirmed.
Yet when it comes to the royal menu, there may be one item in particular on it.
A wild boar ragu could be included on the royal menu, with Prince Harry a keen hunter
A wild boar ragu could be included on the royal menu, with Prince Harry a keen hunter.
Last year, the royal joined a trip to Brandenburg with a friend dubbed the “Boar Terminator”, with 15 wild boars being killed.
Whilst it isn’t known if Price Harry did the killing himself, the 33-year-old joined the hunting party of twelve.
A source explained: “Harry enjoys the whole ritual of the hunt in Germany – from the sound of the horn to the schnapps toasting the start, to the actual shooting.”
Meghan Markle : The royal wedding menu is still to be disclosed
Therefore a wild boar ragu, with a popular recipe for the dish from the Hairy Bikers, could be an addition to the royal menu.
This may not go down well with his fiancee who is a keen animal rights activist.
She does, however, eat meat and doesn’t indulge in a vegan lifestyle despite her healthy choices.
She admitted to Delish magazine that she adds lemon when cooking a steak as well as eating fish and vegetables for lunch.
Meghan Markle: Wild boar ragu could be part of of the royal wedding menu
Another part of the royal wedding menu includes the wedding cake, but who is rumoured to be making it?
British brand McVities are currently in the running, having designed Queen Elizabeth II’s and Prince Philip’s wedding cake.
Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding menu was revealed to be a very traditional affair.
It included marinated salmon and crab salad, lamb and vegetables, and finished with ice cream and a sherry trifle.