Millions of people around the world erupted with joy when Kensington Palace announced Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's engagement. Thrilled at the idea of another Royal wedding, people have already started getting ready for the May nuptials by pumping out every type of product that has Harry's and Meghan's face on it.
The Royal family, of course, would also be pretty pleased with the announcement as well. But the Queen and her extensively large family will be celebrating for the obvious reasons, however Harry's brother, William, is happy for one particular reason.
Prince William has told ITV: "I'm very excited. Delighted for them both. Wishing them all the happiness in this exciting time.
"And for me personally, I hope it means he stays out of my fridge and will stop him scrounging my food which he's done for the last few years."
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The banterous Duke of Cambridge made the comments during a two-day trip to Finland where he's meeting head of state Sauli Niinisto at the presidential palace.
William's wife Kate added: "William and I are absolutely thrilled. It's such exciting news. It's a really happy time for any couple and we wish them all the best and hope they enjoy this happy moment."
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Kate seemed to have left out any mention of #FridgeGate, so maybe it was just William's food that Harry had been nicking all this time. To be fair, they live in Kensington bloody Palace where I'm sure there would be an endless supply of food and plenty of chefs to whip up anything anyone could desire.
But fear not Will, Harry and Meghan will be moving into the two-bedroom Nottingham Cottage (which is still on the grounds of Kensington Palace). According to the Daily Mail, the property is dubbed 'Nott Cott', which was Harry's bachelor pad for four years.
Prince William and Kate also lived in 'Nott Cott' when they were first married, and the Duke reportedly had to constantly stoop to avoid hitting his head on the low ceilings.
Their new official London residence was recently renovated at a cost of £4.5 million and boasts 20 rooms. I've always wondered what people do when they have that many rooms to work with (hint: it's usually an epic game of hide and seek).
While they've moved away from 'Nott Cott', it's situated in the courtyard next to Harry and Meghan's; so maybe there could still be some opportunities to nick Will's food from time to time just for a bit of banter.
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