PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle are to follow their May 19th wedding with a big shop at the Windsor branch of Waitrose.
The couple will go by carriage from the ceremony, at the 15th-century St George’s Chapel, to the store’s site at King Edward Court where they will disembark, get a trolley, and enter.
They are then expected to go through the fresh section, where they will choose numerous items in line with their public commitment to healthy living, before loading the trolley with ready meals and luxury puddings for the first week of their married life.
Royal correspondent Denys Finch Hatton said: “This really shows how dedicated they are to living their lives like ordinary people. But not too ordinary. Ordinary but better.
“The Royal couple are positioning themselves as aspirational but accessible, as long as you’re in the south or one of the smarter parts of Yorkshire, and saying it’s okay to buy supermarket own-brands as long as it’s the right supermarket.
“William and Kate get their shop delivered from M&S, of course, but he is heir to the throne. That comes with responsibilities.”
Following the wedding, Meghan is expected to trigger the couple’s first official marital row when she says she does not understand why it is any better than Sainsbury’s.