August 8, 2012 12:24 PM EST
Prince Harry Spotted Buying A Sandwich For Lunch [PHOTOS]
Prince Harry stuns the shoppers when he suddenly showed up into Marks & Spencers just to pick up a sandwich for lunch.
The young Royal tried his best to hide his appearance as he carefully examined what to choose on the sandwich selection. Apparently, this is not the first time that The Queen's grandson has been spotted joining the public crowd and doing his own shopping.
Whether Prince Harry is watching the Olympics while cheering on for Team GB or saddling up for a charity polo match, these seem to have left the young Prince with a hearty appetite. As the third in line to the British throne, Prince Harry had no hesitation whatsoever about popping inside the local shops just to grab a bite when he was seen at Marks & Spencers in Kensington High Street, West London.
According to reports, Prince Harry acted like everyone else as he joined hundreds of people during lunchtime when he bought a sandwich before moving on to buying fruits and vegetables. Wearing a dark blue baseball cap that was pulled down to hide his face, a checkered shirt and jeans, the 27-year old Prince could have been mistaken for a regular shopper.
Last year, Prince Harry also stunned the crowd when he was spotted at a Walmart supermarket in California loading a trolley with frozen pizzas, beer and bananas. The Prince was reported to be on a visit in the United States for his military training.
Prince Harry has always been leading a busy schedule but he manages to squeeze in some time for his regular weekly shopping. Recently, Prince Harry joined his older brother, Prince William, in a charity polo match at Cirencester Park in the Cotswolds.
Battling it out on opposing sides, the young royals saddled up to help in raising money for Centrepoint, Wellchild, a national charity for sick children and Dolen Cymru, which supports impoverished children in the African kingdom of Lesotho.
Afterwards, the Royal Team GB Ambassadors drove off to the Olympic Park to watch Usain Bolt race to victory in the much-anticipated men's 100 meters race.