British Prince Harry, who gave his first full-length interview to FoxNews after his move to the United States, said that his son Archie, the great-grandson of Queen Elizabeth II, received … a waffle iron from his great-grandmother as a Christmas present.
Do not blame one of the richest British women for stinginess: the idea of a gift was presented to the Queen by Harry's wife, Meghan Markle.
The queen directly asked what would be worth giving to Archie, and the Duchess of Sussex replied that it was hardly worth inventing anything better than a waffle iron.
The fact is that one-year-old Archie simply loves waffles, and almost every day, waking up, asks them for breakfast.
The prince admitted that he himself adores waffles, which his wife prepares with her own hands: “For breakfast, Meg bakes organic waffles. And I eat them with yogurt and jam. Sometimes I add some berries, honey or syrup. “
The journalist did not ask, and the prince did not focus on how the process of delivering the gift to California, where the Dukes of Sussex now live: the voltage in the networks and the sockets of electrical appliances in the USA and Great Britain are different, and the same waffle iron, bought in England and sent to The new world will simply break if they begin to use it without alteration or connection to a special, voltage-reducing transformer.