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The British monarch and the Duchess of Sussex have very different food preferences
The relationship between Queen Elizabeth II and the wife of her grandson, Meghan Markle, can hardly be called good. As you know, the British monarch tries to remain neutral in public, but in the circle of close people he does not speak in the most flattering way about Prince Harry's wife, despite the fact that the couple have not lived in the UK for a long time and rarely communicate with members of the royal family.
< p> This is not surprising, because they have too many disagreements with Meghan Markle on many issues regarding life in the palace and the rules of conduct established for royals. It concerns not only such serious things as freedom of movement and psychological assistance, but also culinary preferences.
As you know, Queen Elizabeth II does not eat pasta and bread. This was told by former court chef Darren McGrady. The British monarch eats a healthy diet and limits carbohydrate intake. What can not be said about Meghan Markle, who loves Italian pasta. She spoke about this more than once in an interview with reporters. And one of Prince Harry's favorite dishes is pasta with zucchini, lemon and onion sauce.
The last ingredient is taboo among royalty. The monarch does not eat vegetables with a strong smell, because she often has to communicate with a large number of people, and her breath must always be fresh.
As for the culinary preferences of the Queen of Great Britain, she loves simple food and cannot imagine life without a piece chocolate cake. For breakfast, the monarch chooses cereal with fruits and nuts or toast with marmalade – the toast must have crusts cut off on all sides. Also, if possible, Elizabeth II can ask the chef to cook an omelet with smoked salmon, always from brown eggs. According to the British monarch, they are tastier than whites.
For lunch and dinner, Elizabeth II prefers grilled meat or fish with lots of vegetables. One of the queen's favorite dishes is a Gaelic steak of beef fillet well done with the addition of a special sauce of whiskey, mushrooms and cream. For dessert, Her Majesty likes fruit or a slice of cake.
Focus previously wrote about what Her Majesty really says about Meghan Markle.