A Waiter's Surprising Revelation About How Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Dine

Have you ever wondered what Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are like when they are out on a date? Do the Duke and Duchess of Sussex get dressed up and wear crazy British hats, ask everyone around them to curtsey, and act stuffy and formal? Do they dine on caviar and pate and drink magnums of champagne in private rooms so the hoi polloi don't bother them? Or do they let their royal hair down and order dishes they were supposedly prohibited from eating as working royals, like shellfish and pasta with garlic? Or do they enjoy some hamburgers and French fries from In-N-Out and act all chill?

Well, you don't have to wonder much longer because a waiter at a favorite local steakhouse in Montecito, California, where Meghan and Harry have bought a home and are raising their kids, is spilling the tea about a recent date night he witnessed and the impression it left him with about the pair. Insider shares that one of the wait staff at an steakhouse called Lucky's revealed he was working the night the couple was dining with their BFF's, Katherine McPhee and David Foster, back in October 2020 and you might be surprised to learn what he thought about Meghan and Harry.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are 'totally normal'

For those of you hoping that Prince Harry made demands and Meghan Markle threw a temper-tantrum, you are going to be disappointed. The waiter from Lucky's Steakhouse told Insider they were "totally normal." The story goes on to share that the couple "held hands and wore masks" as they made their way to meet the Fosters, and they didn't even opt for a private room to be away from everyone else. They chose outdoor dining on the patio with the rest of the restaurant's diners, where they enjoyed their very public double date for 3 hours. 

However, for those who want to know all the juicy details, you would be better off trying to get a reservation and ordering up one of Lucky's mouthwatering steaks because that's all the wait staff is willing to share. Food Network confirms that Lucky's New York strip steak is Cat Cora's favorite if you are looking for a recommendation. But, before you go, make certain you have some money in the bank. As the Daily Mail points out, their main courses hover around $60 — though they also offer a Porterhouse steak for a whopping $125.