Curry fan Prince Charles

Prince Charles is a huge fan of curry.
Charles’ son Prince Harry attended the Lord Mayor’s Big Curry Lunch, an annual charity event for ABF The Soldiers’ Charity where he revealed his father’s foodie secret.
Speaking to guests, he said: “It’s a shame my Dad’s not here – he loves a good curry.”
Harry – who left the Army last year after 10 years of service – praised the charity and the fundraising lunch.
He said: “Although this is the first time I have attended the lunch, I am keenly aware of the significant contribution this event makes to ABF The Soldiers’ Charity and their ability to support soldiers and veterans, both regulars and reservists, who have served in conflicts from the 1940s through to Iraq and Afghanistan, and their families.
“In 2016, as we continue to reflect on the First World War, we remember the selfless service and dedication shown by members of the armed forces, past and present.”
General Sir Mike Jackson, President of ABF The Soldiers’ Charity, said: “We are delighted that His Royal Highness Prince Harry – who has himself served in the British Army – can join us on this occasion. His support means a great deal to the charity and to those it supports.”