A grown man bought himself two sandwiches in Canada.
He probably ate one, or both of them, too. We have no proof of this, but logic dictates that if someone buys themselves a sandwich, it’s probably because they’re hungry and will, therefore, eat the sandwich shortly after purchasing it.
He bought two sandwiches and then headed home, so he might have given the other sandwich to someone else.
Deep stuff, but stick around, because it gets even deeper.
The sandwich buyer in question was Prince Harry, who is no longer a senior Royal, or allowed to use the Sussex Royal brand for his future endeavours, so I guess he has to do his own shopping now.
If you still have doubts, this very blurry picture proves that he did indeed purchase two sandwiches. Please take note of the fact that the Duke is wearing a hat – this will be important later.
I assume the second sandwich was for Meghan. Archie doesn’t really have teeth yet.
What should have been a non-event (going to the shop) was picked up by The Daily Mail, who used overly descriptive words in an attempt to make it more interesting than it is.
The Duke of Sussex, 35, held two sandwiches and carried an eco-friendly bag full of groceries on Saturday as he headed home to the $14million Vancouver Island mansion where he and Meghan, 38, are living with baby Archie.
Harry appeared to be in good spirits while carrying out the sort of everyday task which sources have said he and Meghan have relished as ‘real homebodies’ since leaving the UK, such as taking the dogs out and hiking with friends.
He was then seen wearing the same baseball cap (gasp!) with Meghan when they returned from the US on a commercial flight which landed at Vancouver’s Victoria Airport on Friday afternoon.
I can forgive the sandwich run, but really – repeating the same hat? No, Harry, what will the fashion police say?
Nothing – they’ll say nothing because none of these events are worth reporting on.
If you’d like an actual update on the Royal couple, Harper’s Bazaar has the latest from Buckingham Palace:
…the Sussexes “transition” will begin on March 31, as will a year-long review headed by the palace. Without a precedent of senior royals voluntarily stepping down from royal life, this review period has been assigned to the Sussexes to ensure their newfound working arrangement works for both parties involved.
The couple will retain their HRH titles, although they cannot use them when privately promoting themselves.
They will continue to be known as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, as well as their additional titles, the Earl and Countess of Dumbarton and the Baron and Baroness Kilkeel. Prince Harry still remains sixth in the line of succession to the throne, and the couple’s status in the order of precedence is unchanged.
Discussions on whether or not the pair will be able to use the term royal in their future branding, however, are still ongoing.
As their official transition begins, the couple will continue to work closely with their existing patronages.
They will probably also continue to eat store-bought sandwiches.
If you’re having a rough day and want to feel like royalty, slap on a baseball cap and buy yourself a sandwich.
Why not take it all the way and wear that baseball cap twice in the same week?
You’ve earned it.
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