Meghan Markle, 38, and Prince Harry, 35, stepped away from the royal bubble and settled in Los Angeles, where last week they celebrated their two-year wedding anniversary in true Californian style. Meghan is a true food fan and, according to reports, she and Harry enjoyed Mexican food with homemade Margarita cocktails to mark their special milestone.
Before Meghan married Prince Harry in 2018, the former actress also ran a lifestyle blog called The Tig.
While Tig is now extinct, Meghan used to share regular health tips and dozens of delicious recipes.
Among them was a recipe for spaghetti all chitarra – with instructions on how to make fresh pasta.
Earlier this month, another royalty – Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, impressed fans after it emerged that she was making noodles at home with the children during the blockade.
READ MORE: Brunch Recipe: How to Make Meghan Markle's Favorite Avocado Brunch
Pasta water is what gives sauces a silky quality
Add grated Parmesan cheese to your liking
Put your fresh pasta in boiling water for five minutes. Watch closely. You'll know it's al dente when it expands a little bit.
Never let fresh pasta cook for more than seven minutes
Pull the pasta out of the water and stir in the sauce, gently twisting the pasta into the sauce and turning it on a plate.