A South Africa-based luxury service company called Concierge Cape Town has shared a never-before-seen photo of the Duchess of Sussex.
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Taken during the Sussexes' royal tour of South Africa in September, the image shows Meghan smiling from ear to ear as she stands next to Chef Lee, one of the talented cooks who looked after the doting mum and her husband Prince Harry during their time abroad.
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Alongside the snap, Concierge Cape Town wrote: "Throw back to last week, our team assisting The Royal Family with their trip in Cape Town. Private Chef and Concierge Services. Chef Lee cooking up some great food for the family."
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Meghan was smiling from ear to ear in the photo
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According to the company's website, Concierge Cape Town provides all manner of luxury services, including private chefs, professional butlers, ocean travel, close protection services and even private diamond and jewellery sales.
Under the private chef section, the website states: "Allow our highly trained and experienced chefs to offer a host of culinary services to you whilst on holiday or for a special occasion. From three course meals to scrumptious breakfast and summer buffet feasts. We cater to all cuisines and dietary requirements."
It adds: "Relax and allow the chef to do all the shopping, cooking and serving of meals. Tailor-made to suite every client's needs and requirements. Menus are compiled based on the client's request, Meal times determined by the client themselves. Interactive cooking, wine and beer tastings highly recommended to."
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex embarked on a ten-day tour of South Africa last year alongside their one-year-old son Archie.
At a briefing ahead of their tour, a royal spokeswoman said: "Their Royal Highnesses are very much looking forward to their arrival in Africa tomorrow on their first official tour as a family. As you well know, Africa holds a very special place in the Duke’s heart and he is looking forward to sharing South Africa with the duchess and their son. It is a really busy programme, four countries in ten days, and we have an extra special small passenger to make things more lively."
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