Didn't they like Prince Charles' organic feast? Hungry royals send out for PIZZA to keep them going during Harry and Meghan's wedding celebrations


  • Pizza Express workers seen weaving through crowds toward Windsor Castle 
  • The evening delivery followed a lunch that featured about 7,500 items of food 
  • More than 120,000 people descended on the market town to witness wedding 


  • Prince Charles's plan for a strictly organic evening meal at his son's wedding appeared to leave some unsatisfied last night - as hungry guests ordered pizza to Windsor Castle. 
    His 'spring meets summer' themed meal was set to feed about 200 guests from 7.30pm - but minutes before Pizza Express workers were seen hauling dozens of meals up to the gates.
    One woman was seen pulling a cart full of food through the cobbled streets of the Berkshire market town at 7pm.
    Another carried pizzas in her hands as the two made their way past bemused onlookers.

    Dozens of pizzas were delivered to the castle at about 7pm as Harry and Meghan celebrated their wedding yesterday  

    Dozens of pizzas were delivered to the castle at about 7pm as Harry and Meghan celebrated their wedding yesterday  

    After negotiating a path through royalists waving Union Jacks to commemorate the big day, the delivery workers were permitted access to the grounds by armed police.
    About 200 guests joined the royal couple for the reception at Frogmore House within the castle's grounds.
    The delivery was made after about 7,500 items of food were enjoyed at lunchtime where royal chef Mark Flanagan led a team of 25 cooks.

    Meghan arrived at the wedding reception wearing Princess Diana's aquamarine ring, MailOnline revealed tonight 

    Meghan arrived at the wedding reception wearing Princess Diana's aquamarine ring, MailOnline revealed tonight 

    Staff were seen hauling a cart full of pizzas up the cobbled streets of the market town where thousands had turned out 

    Staff were seen hauling a cart full of pizzas up the cobbled streets of the market town where thousands had turned out

    That happy couple took an open-top Jaguar E-Type Concept Zero to the English country house, which is part of the Crown Estate. 
    A double decker coach brought guests to the reception minutes after the pizza was seen being delivered. 

    Meghan's hair was in a relaxed up do, and she tucked loose strands behind her ears amid the breeze as they headed to Frogmore House
    Meghan's hair was in a relaxed up do, and she tucked loose strands behind her ears amid the breeze as they headed to Frogmore HouseArmed police allowed the women to access the grounds of the castle, where an evening reception was being held 
    Armed police allowed the women to access the grounds of the castle, where an evening reception was being held 
    More than 120,000 flocked to Windsor to see the prince marry the former Suits actress.
    The couple invited more than 2,000 guests to the big day, including senior royals and Hollywood stars.  

    The delivery followed lunch, where a team of 25 chefs had prepared about 7,500 items of food for the guests 
    The delivery followed lunch, where a team of 25 chefs had prepared about 7,500 items of food for the guestsFrogmore House, a 17th century English country house, stands in the home park of Windsor Castle and is part of the Crown Estate
    Frogmore House, a 17th century English country house, stands in the home park of Windsor Castle and is part of the Crown Estate
    As thousands waved at the newlyweds in the street, Meghan returned the greeting and said 'wow' to her new husband, who said back: 'I'm ready for a drink now'.
    They then took a carriage procession through the town in an open-top Ascot Landau. 
    Elton John, who sang at Princess Diana's funeral in 1997, performed at the lunchtime reception hosted by the Queen in a poignant nod to Harry's late mother, who died when he was only 12.

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