Prince Harry chowed down on curry for a good cause today. For the first time, the royal attended the Lord Mayor's annual Curry Lunch to benefit ABF The Soldiers' Charity at London's Guildhall, and he looked handsome doing it.
Dressed in a dapper navy suit complemented with a blue and red tie, Prince Harry greeted the charity supporters as well as Afghanistan veterans before the crowd enjoyed the delicious Indian food. Guests dined on tandoori chicken with pilau rice followed by mango kulfi for dessert—yum!
While making the rounds, Harry joked with one guest that his father, the Prince of Wales, should have been there, The Telegraph reports. "It's a shame my dad's not here—he loves a good curry," he said.
In the program for the 9th annual lunch, Harry remarked upon the importance of the event. "Although this is the first time I have attended the lunch, I am keenly aware of the significant contribution this event makes to ABF The Soldiers' Charity and their ability to support soldiers and veterans, both regulars and reservists, who have served in conflicts from the 1940s through to Iraq and Afghanistan, and their families," he wrote. "In 2016, as we continue to reflect on the First World War, we remember the selfless service and dedication shown by members of the armed forces, past and present."
Prince Harry has been busy as of late. The royal recently returned to England after an extended trip to Nepal, and he'll soon be off to Orlando, Fla., where the second annual Invictus Games will be held.