After a busy summer that included a trip to Ibiza and a (controversial) one to France, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are back in Great Britain. Their traveling may not be done yet—they’re expected to visit the queen at Balmoral—but for now, it seems, the couple is relishing in laying low on the English countryside.
As first reported by The Sun, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle enjoyed a quintessential British day date: lunch at a local pub. The establishment in question was The Rose & Crown in Winkfield Village, Berkshire, which is a mere 15-minute drive from their home of Frogmore Cottage. The establishment describes itself as a “British pub with all the trimmings,” and advocates that its Sunday roast is “legendary.”
What else is on the menu? Char-grilled salmon, cottage pie croquettes, and, naturally, fish and chips.
No word on what Harry and Meghan ordered, although an onlooker saw Harry enjoying a pint of beer and Meghan some water.
They also brought along an adorable third guest: their son, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor. “The little lad was as good as gold, I didn’t hear him cry once while he was there,” said a source.
Oh, the ever-affable Archie—previous reports described the baby as “super chubby“ and revealed that he “captures the heart of everyone that meets him.” Plus, he may have inherited Prince Harry’s signature trait: red hair.
Soon, summer break will be over for the Sussexes. And what do they have on the horizon? A royal tour of Africa, which will include stops in South Africa, Malawi, Angola, and Botswana. Sounds like quite the busy fall.
Originally Appeared on Vogue