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Eatery rejects Meghan and Harry's booking




A Canadian fish eatery said it diverted down a booking from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during their Christmas break to Vancouver Island.

Profound Cove Chalet, an upscale diner in North Saanich, said that it chose not to take the solicitation on the grounds that their security needs make them too hard to even think about hosting.

As per the Vancouver Sun paper, gourmet expert and co-proprietor Pierre Koffel declined the solicitation, made by delegates for the royals.

This photograph gives a look inside the eatery, which is on the waterfront and has menu things like salmon tartare, steamed shellfishes, poached lobster, and Dover sole.

Harry, Markle, and their child Archie are spending the Christmas time frame in Canada with Markle's mom Doria Ragland.

The outing is a break with the convention that senior royals spend December 25 at Sandringham, England, with Queen Elizabeth II.

Regardless of not taking them in for a supper, co-claimed Bev Koffel wished the imperial couple a lovely break on Vancouver Island, which is only west of the Canadian territory. She didn't determine which day they needed to visit.

She said that the couple had been seen running around the town, and that Harry had been spotted climbing on close by Horth Hill.

This picture shows generally what the region resembles around this season:

Justin Trudeau, Canada's Prime Minister, composed a week ago to wish the royals a calm and glad remain in the nation.



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