Prince Harry showed his support for Borough Market this morning – by doing a spot of shopping.
Borough Market is London’s oldest food market, and has a wide variety of offerings; from traditional cheeses, to artisanal breads, to meats and fruits.
The unannounced visit came just a day after the market reopened, following the recent terrorist attack, which saw eight dead and dozens in hospital. A car ploughed into members of the public on London Bridge, before three men wielded knives and stabbed people at random.
Harry stopped by bakery stall Bread Ahead, and treated himself to some doughnuts. An image seems to show a selection of jam, custard and caramel treats. Owner of the stall, Matt Jones and his staff protected people the evening of the attack.
The Prince also sampled foods from other traders, whilst speaking to those who were caught up in the panic. One security officer, Ganga Garbuja, was first on the scene after the incident, and led several people to safety.
Bars and restaurants surround the market; many of these helped shelter members of the public, too.
Kensington Palace tweeted that Harry thanked them all for their bravery, asking others to head to the market to show their support.