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600 guests to be served seasonal British classics

Canapé do it:
Kitchen staff at
Windsor Castle start
preparations for
Harry and Meghan’s
reception PICS: GETTY

PRINCE HARRY and Meghan Markle’s wedding reception guests will be served classic dishes using seasonal British produce, much of it from the Queen’s own estates.

The couple chose the wedding reception menu after sampling suggestions in Windsor Castle’s 14th-century Great Kitchen, where the food will be created by royal chef Mark Flanagan and his team.

Mr Flanagan, who refused to go into detail, said the wedding had ‘fallen very kindly’, adding: ‘All the British vegetables are just coming into season and that’s been a point of focus for us.’

Harry and Meghan will join their 600 guests for the St George’s Hall reception, where the canapés will be consumed in two bites, while bowl dishes will be eaten standing up.