Meghan Markle and Prince Harry went on a visit to Tromso, in Norway, again in 2017. The small city in the midst of the Arctic Circle, well-known for its breathtaking views of the northern lights, is the place the Duke of Sussex proposed to Meghan. A flight attendant has revealed what they ordered on her flight and why the pair couldn’t have the identical meals.
The flight attendant defined the couple had been very good to the crew throughout their flight to Norway.
“Harry and Meghan had been pretty all through the entire flight.
“They mentioned to the airline that they needed to be handled as regular passengers, so we didn’t do any exceptions or particular service for them,” she mentioned.
A flight to Tromso is over three hours lengthy, and the flight attendant defined that, identical to every other passenger, the pair determined to order some meals from the onboard menu.
“At the start of the flight, they appeared on the menu and I might see they had been discussing what to order.
“After we went via with the service trolley, they stopped me and requested me for a drink and snack,” she defined.
The crew member revealed that Meghan went for a really British choice.
“Harry had a breakfast tea and a lemon muffin and Meghan had tea as nicely, however she selected shortbread – a really British selection!”
Nonetheless, the flight attendant discovered fascinating the couple ordered two completely different sorts of tea and snacks and believed they “needed to” as having the identical meal might expose them to excessive danger.
“I would say they ordered various things as a result of they needed to,” she revealed.
“Royals, in addition to different folks which are thought of to be ‘in danger’ typically observe these sort of procedures.
“Pilots cannot have the identical meals, for instance, and flight attendants have to ensure they eat completely different meals through the flight.
“That’s to keep away from them getting sick on the similar time. It is a security process in case of meals poisoning. One might get sick however the different will not,” the flight attendant defined.
“Their bodyguard additionally ordered one thing else!” she mentioned.
The royal household have certainly many protocols in place to keep away from meals poisoning, particularly whereas travelling.
It’s reported that the senior members of the royal household ought to keep away from shellfish or any sort of seafood throughout official journeys.
They’re additionally inspired to not drink faucet water or eat uncommon meat whereas visiting different international locations, both.
In line with Channel 5 documentary, Secrets and techniques of the Royal Kitchen, the Queen’s palace workers have a really efficient trick to stop anybody from poisoning her meals.
Royal commentator Emily Andrews defined: “After every thing is plated up, a web page chooses at random one of many plates to be served to Her Majesty.
“So if anybody did wish to poison the monarch they’d need to poison the whole thing.”