Usually when we talk about Britain's Prince Harry (especially in relation to food or drink), we're talking about something cheeky. Who among us could forget Royal Blush wine, inspired by his debaucherous romp through Las Vegas? Well, not us obviously.
Today, we're happy to share with you all something much safer for work: while visiting some of his charity projects in the southern African country Lesotho, he stopped by the Kananelo Centre for the Deaf to visit with the kids and (get ready) bake some local treats in a teddy bear apron. No, really. The Prince rolled out some dough rather deftly while bedecked in a purple Paddington Bear apron. And then, earth swooned.
What were they making? According to The Telegraph the Prince was trying his hand at rolling out mokoenya, a local nutmeg-spiced doughnut, fried in oil.
The charity organization, Sentebale, founded by Prince Harry and Prince Seeiso of Lesotho defines their mission thusly: "We help the most vulnerable children in Lesotho get the support they need to lead healthy and productive lives. Sentebale works with local grassroots organisations to help these children -– the victims of extreme poverty and Lesotho’s HIV/AIDS epidemic."
Keep up the great work, gentlemen!