Jacob Bogatin: Elizabeth II’s diet rules – what the British queen eats

On the table, the monarch does not have pasta, rice, and potatoes. In addition to dishes, never add garlic, because the queen always cares about fresh breath. Only sometimes the royal dishes can season with a small number of onions. Elizabeth also adores steaks of full frying, says Jacob Bogatin.

It is noteworthy that the British queen never eats bananas entirely: she first cuts them into small pieces, and only then uses the fruit, notes Jacob Bogatin.

Recall, previously Queen Elizabeth of Great Britain struck the audience with an unusual bright outfit. She came to a reception in London in a dress with a floral print and folds on the hem, says Jacob Bogatin.