The chef who catered for Prince Harry and Meghan's royal wedding in May has just been awarded another huge accolade. Clare Smyth, who created the menu for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's evening reception, earned two Michelin stars for her restaurant, Core by Clare Smyth, just over a year after opening. Clare was presented her award in a ceremony hosted by her former boss Gordon Ramsay on Monday evening, and told the audience: "It makes it obviously even more special that Gordon's handing it to me… It's been a hell of a year. We've achieved what we really set
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Exclusive: Chef Clare Smyth reveals what it was like to work with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on royal wedding menu
Clare Smyth – who did the private catering for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's evening reception – has given an insight into her "surreal" experience catering for the royal wedding. The talented chef spoke to HELLO! ahead of her big win at the Michelin Star Awards on Monday night, which saw her first solo restaurant Core by Clare Smyth earn two stars. Chatting in the Nespresso bar, Clare said of the experience: "It was really fantastic being able to work with them [Prince Harry and Meghan Markle]. The fairytale story was my lasting memory from the wedding. Everyone
Gordon Ramsay is a doting dad-of-four, and his youngest daughter Tilly, 16, is following in his footsteps and into the kitchen – having been cooking since the age of six. It sounds like Tilly is giving Gordon a run for his money too, as he opened up about working with her to HELLO! at the Michelin Star Awards on Monday night while chatting in the Nespresso bar. "She's only 16, she started cooking when she was six so whilst all their mates were getting iPads and iPhones I bought them onions and so they understand not to waste food.