The Duchess of Sussex spoke with Hollywood’s most iconuc entertainment trade magazine in an exlcusive interview, touching on everything from her family to her new podcast. In fact, the latest issue of Variety coincided with Meghan’s most recent podcast episode, which was released on Monday, October 17.
Meghan spoke about many things with Matt, but one of them was her husband’s love for burgers.
She revealed that Harry’s favourite snack is a classic American burger.
This was in response to Matt’s question about who takes thne most snack breaks while commuting.
The Duchess said: “It’s funny. People sometimes think we live in Los Angeles, but we’re a good two hours outside of it. We’re commuters.
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In-N-Out Burger is not a burger in itself, but an American regional chain of fast food resataurants, based primarily in California and the Southwest.
Its menu includes the Double-Double – a huge burger with toasted buns, two cheese slices, two beef patties, onions, lettuce, In-N-Out Burger’s own special burger spread, and tomato.
There is also the In-N-Out Cheeseburger, which is the same as the Double-Double but consists only of one pattie.
The hamburger is the same, but made with pork not beef.
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Like McDonald’s these burgers come with a side of French fries.
As for beverages, there is Coca Cola, Diet Coke, 7Up, Dr Pepper, root beer, pink lemonade, and Minute Maid Zero to choose from.
Milkshake is also on the menu, available in chocolate, strawberry, or vanilla flavours, and made with real ice cream.
Meghan does not, however, reveal which burger and which drink are Harry’s favourites.
But the Duchess does go on to talk more about her husband in the interview, opening up about their shared company, Archewell, and what her ideal project for it would be.
She said: “So much of how my husband and I see things is through our love story. I think that’s what people around the world connected to, especially with our wedding.
“People love love. I’m not excluded in that sentiment. And our definition of love is really expansive: partner love, self-love, the love of community and family. We use that as the baseline of the kind of shows and documentaries we want out there.
“For my husband, the Invictus Games have been such a huge piece of his life and his work, having been in the army for 10 years and working for the rehabilitation of wounded vets and their families. We talk about emotional injuries that come from those types of experiences.
“Those are love stories. For scripted, we want to think about how we can evolve from that same space and do something fun. It doesn’t always have to be so serious. Like a good rom-com. Don’t we miss them? I miss them so much.
“I’ve probably watched ‘When Harry Met Sally’ a million times. And all the Julia Roberts rom-coms. We need to see those again.”