Queen Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor of The United Kingdom has been refrained from drinking by the royal doctors to ensure Her Majesty’s health and fitness.
Sources have revealed that a Martini is the queen’s favorite drink, but she has been advised to stay away from it except for special occasions. After the monarch’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations, the doctors have decided that the queen should stay away from drinking. Otherwise, her health might deteriorate.
Another source has unveiled that Queen Elizabeth and her son, Prince Charles, used to share this same beverage choice of having a dry Martini instead of any other drink on occasions.
A glass of sweet wine is also served to Her Majesty with daily dinner, and a glass of Champagne is served to the queen before sleeping. Sometimes Dubonnet and Gin are also requested by the queen. It was a part of her daily routine, but she has been asked to quit drinking to ensure her fitness and well-being.
The mother of Queen Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor died in 2002 at the age of 101, loved Dubonnet and Gin and preferred to take a glass before lunch every day.
According to Major Collin Burgess, The queen’s mother also used to take 2 glass of Martini before dinner and Veuve Clicquot champagne with the meal, indicating her love for drinks.She has been a devoted drinker, and a bottle of Dubonnet was taken with the queen everywhere whenever there’s an occasion outside the castle.
Hillsborough Castle and Gardens, which is also Her Majesty’s residence in Ireland, will introduce a new variety of Gin prepared exclusively from Rose petals, Apples, and Pears from the gardens of the magnificent castle.
Another royal, Lady Rose Bowes-Lyon, also launched her Gin brand prepared from plants available in her rose gardens.
Prince Charles, the Father of Prince William and Prince Harry, has recently introduced his Organic Gin as well. Would you mind sharing this article with people around you and letting them know how much the royals are interested in drinks and their business? Plus, let us know in the comments about your views on doctors’ advice to the queen.
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