WINDSOR, England (Reuters) – Coffee followers can have fun the upcoming royal wedding of Prince Harry to actress Meghan Markle by sipping a particular kind of sizzling drink – the “Megharrycino”.
A bakery within the picturesque city of Windsor, the place Britain’s sixth-in-line to the throne will marry his American fiancée on Saturday, is serving up cappuccino and latte coffees topped with a frothy portrait of the couple.
Surrounded by Union Jack bunting and a big cut-out of the pair, baristas at Heidi’s bakery use a particular machine to breed a picture of one in every of Harry and Markle’s engagement photos onto the froth with espresso.
Priced at four.50 kilos ($6), the drinks, which Heidi bakery co-owner of Edward Durkin described as “unique”, are costlier than ordinary coffees however have been proving standard on Wednesday morning with a gentle stream of shoppers ordering them.
“I’m afraid to spoil it,” buyer Ann Brooker, 78, stated, hesitant to drink her espresso at first earlier than tucking in. “That’s the nearest to a kiss you’re going to get from Harry,” her husband Alan joked.
Reporting by Emily Roe; Writing by Marie-Louise Gumuchian; Editing by Alison Williams