More details have emerged about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s recent date night in California. On Monday, it emerged the couple had visited The Dutchess, a bakery and restaurant in the small city of Ojai – located 40 minutes from their hometown, Montecito.
Staff were excited to see the royal couple – and described their trip to The Dutchess as “very low key”.
Now, another source at the restaurant has told Page Six of the encounter.
They said “you would never have noticed” the Sussexes were there.
The insider also described Harry, 38, and Meghan, 41, as “incredibly pleasant”, “really polite to staff” and “lovely guests”.
They said: “No one approached them and if people recognized them no one showed it.”
The couple reportedly shared a tandoori chicken before heading off home to their nearby house.
The Dutchess restaurant is around a 40-minute drive from Montecito, Santa Barbara where the Sussexes live.
An onlooker told HELLO!: “They came in – just the two of them – and it was very impromptu, no reservations, very low key.
“They loved the food – the naans are made in house. They take two days to make from scratch, in an imported Tandoori oven.
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“The chef even makes his own ghee.
“Everyone said they were really great, and they had a very pleasant time.”
The Dutchess is open daily for breakfast and lunch from 7am to 2pm, and for dinner from 5pm to 9.30pm.
It is a bakery in the morning and turns into a Burmese restaurant in the evening.
Last month, Harry and Meghan were spotted on another date, also in their home state of California.
On October 7, pictures emerged of the couple at a concert in the Santa Barbara bowl, featuring singers Jack Johnson and Paula Fuga.
They were pictured backstage, smiling in casual attire with Ms Fuga.
The couple live in Montecito with their son Archie, three, and daughter Lilibet, one.