The company put away the rumors about a new cooking show with Harry as a host after he set in Canadá.
Gusto TV denied that Prince Harry (His Royal Highness The Duke of Sussex, Earl of Dumbarton and Baron Kilkeel) will be hosting a new cooking series for the channel once he takes up permanent residence in Canada. Not titled “Harry’s Hurry Up Supper Solutions”, the show would not see Harry making a full on dinner in less than 6 days for less than $6,000.00 (all figures not Canadian) with only 6 kitchen staff to help.
“It sounds like a great idea for a show but I must put this rumor to bed immediately” said President & CEO Chris Knight. “Too many people are trading on Harry’s name and we at Gusto will not be party to any such shenanigans” said Knight. “Besides, were we to do a show with one of the Royals, it would obviously have to be the Queen herself. I have it on good authority that she knows a thing or two about Cornish pasty.”