Here is how Meghan Markle and the Duke of Sussex celebrated Prince Harry’s pre-birthday in Germany.
The Duke of Sussex, who will be 39 on Friday, visited Schumacher Brewery in Germany with Meghan Markle.
On Thursday, Prince Harry was seen having a birthday celebration in Düsseldorf, Germany. The Duke of Sussex, who turns 39 on Friday, celebrated his impending birthday with wife Meghan Markle at Schumacher, a German brewery, where they drank beer and ate traditional fare.
Britain’s Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, pose for a photo as they visit a bar in Dusseldorf, Germany, September 14, 2023 in this image taken from social media. Dusseldorf-based Schumacher Altbier-Manufaktur via REUTERS (Source: REUTERS
Harry was served by head waiter Frank Wackers at two tables in the brewery, according to a story by DailyMail .
They were overjoyed.They were really kind, and he is a great guy,” remarked Wackers.
Wackers said that although Meghan just enjoyed one drink, the Duke of Sussex had six tiny beers. Additionally, Harry enjoyed mashed potatoes, roast, sausage, pork knuckle, and wiener schnitzel. The employees of the brewery gave Harry a white chocolate birthday cake during the celebration.
Thea Ungermann, the restaurant’s owner, said that Harry left a hefty tip for the personnel.
The 2023 Invictus Games will take place in Düsseldorf, Germany, between September 9 and September 16, and Harry and Meghan are now there. Prince Harry started the event in 2014 to honor the veterans’ significant contributions, provide them a chance to participate in community life, and support their mental health. The Latin word “Invictus” means “unconquered.”
Harry recently visited the UK where, on the first anniversary of his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II’s passing, he paid tribute to the former queen.