There have been various reports over the years about the amount of alcohol your Majesty consumes daily. Some establishments claimed that she drank much more than recommended. But now, his former chef has set the record.
It is known that the queen has a taste for the good things in life.
His favorite cocktail is gin and Dubonnet, he loves white wine, dry martinis and champagne.
But when it was widely reported that he took each of these foods every day, four times a day, 28 per week, twice the weekly amount recommended by the National Health Service (NHS), his former chef decided to clarify things.
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Speaking to CNN, Darren McGrady said: "It would be pickled if I drank so much.
"All I said was that she likes a gin and Dubonnet, that's her favorite drink.
"She does not wake up in the morning and has a great gin and tonic."
Mr. McGrady added that when he drinks with dinner, it is usually his favorite German sweet wine.
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"Only at night, of course, he does not drink four glasses a day."
What is certain is that His Majesty is doing something right, enjoying a long life without major health problems.
What does the queen eat?
McGrady said the queen "is not good to eat, she eats to live, unlike Prince Philip, who loves to eat and stands up and talks about food all day."
"When she eats alone," she added, "she's very disciplined, no starch is the rule."
Another former royal chef, Mark Flanagan, spilled the beans over the eating habits of his Queen in the Telegraph.
The queen begins her day with tea and cookies.
She has a cup of freshly made Earl Gray tea (without milk or sugar) in a porcelain cup, with some cookies.
Then go to breakfast, which usually includes cereals and fruits.
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She is partial to Special K, Kellogg & # 39; s, Quaker Oats and Weetabix, who have all the real orders.
From time to time, opt for toast and jam, or, on occasion, enjoy scrambled eggs with smoked salmon and truffles.
Lunch is something simple, like fish with vegetables.
She likes to eat grilled Dover sole with spinach or withered courgettes, according to Mr. McGrady.
She is also partial to a simple grilled chicken with salad.
Take afternoon tea every day, served with finger sandwiches like cucumber, smoked salmon, egg and mayonnaise, or ham and mustard without crusts.
For dinner, the steaks of meat or venison, pheasant or salmon come from farms in Sandringham and Balmoral.
The meat is turned into Gaelic steak and served with mushroom sauce, cream and whiskey. He also loves a Sunday roast, when served well done.