PRINCE Harry popped the question to Meghan Markle over a roast chicken at their old Kensington Palace home – but it wasn’t as he had originally planned. The Duke of Sussex, 34, had initially hoped to propose to Meghan in the far more exotic surroundings of Botswana, according to a new documentary. During their engagement interview with BBC on November 27, 2017, Prince Harry said: “It happened a few weeks ago, earlier this month, here at our cottage; just a standard typical night for us. “We were roasting a chicken, trying to roast a chicken.” But the 2019 Channel 5 documentary Meghan Markle: Movies, Marriage and Motherhood said this wasn’t what the duke had previously had on the cards. Royal expert Katie Nicholl said: “I had actually been told by one of his friends that he had planned to pop the question in Botswana but for whatever reason he didn’t.”It happened a few weeks later while they were home, at Nottingham Cottage roasting a chicken. “Utter domestic simplicity and bliss and incredibly romantic.” Prince Harry spoke of the Botswana trip in his BBC interview, and revealed: “I managed to persuade her to come join me in Botswana, and we camped… Read full this story
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