Prince Harry has a future in Christmas tree sales.
The Duke of Sussex saw himself pushed into the service the next day by an enthusiastic 5-year-old boy who wanted to help find the right tree, The Daily Mail reports.
Harry, 36, and his wife, Megan Markle, 39, parked at a pop-up stand to buy holiday decorations for their $ 14.7 million garden. This Christmas will be the first for the couple in California because they separated themselves from the royal family a year ago.
The mix took place at Big Wave Dave’s Christmas Trees & Pumpkin Patch on Tuesday, set up in tents outside a masjid in Santa Barbara, not far from Harry and Megan. Luxurious excavations in Montecito.
They had arranged to have all the space for themselves, but the boy and his parents did not cover their shopping.
A real Christmas tree seller, James Almaguer, found a false identification case.
“There was a family there, and their youngest son ran up through the trees and asked if it worked here without knowing who it was,” Almaguer tweeted.
Later, the couple went about their business, bought a tree, and left with a good idea.
“They honestly look like very good people,” Almaguer said. “Megan was so kind, Harry played loud and honest like a silly boy.”
After Christmas, the couple and their 18-month-old son, Archie, will fly to the UK so they can be isolated at Frockmore Cottage for two weeks. Before Megan appeared in court Sunday, January 11, for postal copyright infringement, Vanity Fair has published the news. The Duchess of Sussex has been sued for publishing a letter to her father, Thomas Markle.