Royal shock: The Queen should NEVER be served wine for one surprising reason
QUEEN ELIZABETH II shouldn’t be served wine but does drink other alcoholic beverages.
Well, maybe we shouldn’t serve it to her because she’s got a decent cellar?
No, not the reason:
“I told her that the official wine for the Oxford and Cambridge boat race was English sparkling rather than French champagne and that English wine was becoming more popular and much better.
“And she said, ‘I don’t actually drink wine myself, but I hear it’s very good.’”
OK, fair enough. She is Brenda after all, can do what she damn well wants.
Before lunch, the Queen enjoys a gin and Dubonnet with a slice of lemon and lots of ice, according to Darren McGrady, a former royal chef.
During lunch, she likes a dry gin martini, according to her cousin, Margaret Rhodes.
The Queen finished off her day with a glass of champagne before bed.
Umm, doesn’t drink wine?