Queen Elizabeth’s Diet

Here’s Queen Elizabeth’s Diet That Keeps Her in Majestic Health

Queen Elizabeth II, the longest reigning monarch of the UK, is turning 92 years old this year. While a lot has changed in the world during her reign, her food preferences have not changed much, according to her formal Royal Chef. Twice a week, the Queen receives a list of menu suggestions and she marks the suggestions she likes. What options are on this list?

Afternoon tea often comes with a honey and cream sponge cake, as well as chocolate biscuit cake, which Her Majesty adores. According to the former chef, McGrady, two types of sandwiches are obligatory at High Tea, such as cucumber, smoked salmon, and egg with mayonnaise or ham and mustard with no crusts. Additionally, the Queen enjoys jam pennies — buttered bread with jam cut into small penny-sized circles.

As you can see, the royal diet is not very strict. McGrady mentions that the Queen is not really bothered about food as much as about horses and dogs. At her age, she still goes horseback riding and walks long distances with her dogs. 

Maybe her secret is not in her diet? What do you think? Share your opinion with us in the comments.

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