London, Dec 11 (ANI): The "best meal" Prince Harry had had during his secret 10-week deployment was a charity box containing Sainsbury's packet curry.
This revelation was made at the Woman's Own Children of Courage award ceremony, where the Prince gave young children bravery awards.
Keaton Peppiatt, 10, from Bexhill in East Sussex, who was being awarded for his donation of 400 provisions boxes to frontline troops in Afghanistan to raise morale, was among the children who spoke to the Prince.
"I asked him what he recommended to send out there," the Telegraph quoted Peppiatt as saying.
"He said sweets, drinks and chicken tikka masala from Sainsbury's in a packet. Then he said, 'That's the best meal I had when I was out there'," he added.
Harry also met 12-year-old Charlotte Long, who was being awarded for going through the painful procedure of donating a litre of bone marrow to help save youngest sister Lucy, eight, who was suffering from leukaemia.
And he also presented their middle sister Bonnie, 10, with a medal after she offered to donate her eggs as an adult, as well as one to Lucy herself. (ANI)