Prince Harry, Wallis Annenberg have lunch at secretive WeHo spot

Prince Harry reportedly skipped out on his granny’s (aka Queen Elizabeth II) 95th birthday to talk shop with Wallis Annenberg, the “doyenne of L.A. philanthropy,” according to the Daily Mail.

His former Royal Highness had just arrived from Britain back to his new home in L.A. only 24 hours before he took a meeting at the secretive* San Vincente Bungalows here in West Hollywood.

Annenberg’s foundation invests big-time cash into climate change action, animal welfare and social justice — some of the prince’s favorite charitable pursuits.

The queen had no comment as of press time.

*The venue is located at 845 N San Vicente Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069.

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Fred Karger
1 year ago

Interesting to note that Wallis Annenberg’ father, publishing tycoon Walter Annenberg, was US ambassador to Great Britain during the Nixon administration.

chloe ross
chloe ross
1 year ago

WHy would he meet anyone at this location. Who saw them. Doesn’t sound like a Prince Harry kind of meeting…

David
David
1 year ago

It’s notable how this property (San Vicente Bungalows) has gone from – shall we say – one side of the societal spectrum of Los Angeles to another.

Josh Kurpies
Josh Kurpies
1 year ago
Reply to  David

Exactly what I was thinking reading this. Thought the same thing when I learned Mrs. Obama had stopped in for lunch there as well.

Vigilent
Vigilent
1 year ago

Not a very discreet or respectful article.

Innuendo is not news.

hifi5000
hifi5000
1 year ago

Did Harry make an appearance at The Abbey after the meeting??

Peter Buckley
Peter Buckley
1 year ago
Reply to  hifi5000

No they wouldn’t pay him enough. Interesting that he tossed his Granny’s 95th bash for this. Beginning to make Edward and Mrs Simpson seem a minor blip in royals modern history.

Vigilent
Vigilent
1 year ago
Reply to  Peter Buckley

Does that comment make you feel better or important?

chloe ross
chloe ross
1 year ago
Reply to  Vigilent

Both, but also tacky.

Peter Buckley
Peter Buckley
1 year ago
Reply to  Vigilent

Just a reflection of how I and many other British people view this, and whether the monarchy has lost even more relevance from this.

Vigilent
Vigilent
1 year ago
Reply to  Peter Buckley

Is it important how you, other British people or anyone else view your premise or is it sheer speculation? Collectively we should do less of this because it does nothing to enhance anything. This comment is not meant to be helpful, not hateful. My father pointed out to me at a very early age when I complained about something, “THE COMPLAINT DEPARTMENT IS CLOSED, IF YOU HAVE A POSSIBLE SOLUTION, BRING IT”. As far as speculation, it was useless. Do some research or forget it.

Vigilent
Vigilent
1 year ago
Reply to  Vigilent

Oops, meant to be helpful…not hateful.

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