Nassau, Bahamas – Jamaal Rolle – The Celebrity Artist has drawn Prince Harry, Queen Elizabeth II and now her grandson, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor; using a most unusual medium.
Baby Archie shown as Pancake Art created by The Celebrity Artist, Jamaal Rolle to launch his "Flippin Awesome Pancakes" series.
Photo provided by Jamaal Rolle.
When Prince Harry officially visited The Bahamas in 2012, The Celebrity Artist, Jamaal Rolle was commissioned by the Bahamian government to draw a portrait and present it to His Royal Highness. It was one of the many celebrated moments for The Bahamas and the artist who has drawn or painted many world figures. Jamaal Rolle’s life like portraits are captivating and breathtaking and this time instead of painting on canvas, he has created a new art medium that is wowing fans.
Last week, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex welcomed the arrival of their son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor to the world, and The Celebrity Artist got into the celebratory spirit by creating a rendition of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s son, poured straight from the bottle and cooked on a griddle. What a remarkable creation it was!
“ I love to have fun with different mediums and people are literally flipping out over my pancake art that comes to life as it’s cooked,” said the Celebrity Artist. “I love that the name Archie or Archibald - means bold and brave! This is a tribute to the art I am creating that I call “Flippin’ Awesome Pancakes!”
Archie is the eighth great-grandchild at Windsor Castle and The Celebrity Artist looks forward to painting the Royal Baby.
To view the creation of Jamaal Rolle’s pancake art of Prince Archibald, please visit - https://www.facebook.com/thecelebrityartist/videos/616469565537490/
To find out more about Jamaal Rolle, visit www.thecelebrityartist.com.
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Prince Harry is presented with a portrait by Bahamian Celebrity Artist, Jamaal Rolle during his visit to the Bahamas on March 4th, 2012 for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations in Nassau, Bahamas. Photo may be subject to copyright.