The Strange Eating Habits Of Kate Middleton And Queen Elizabeth
What does the British royal family diet look like? And what strange eating habits does Kate Middleton or Queen Elizabeth II have?
The royals rarely discuss their eating habits, but over the years some strange stories have emerged about royals and their food. Here's what bizarre eating habits they have!
The royals usually have the best food at the table, but each royal has its own specific requirements for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
What Does Kate Middleton Eat?
The Duchess of Cambridge has adopted a healthy lifestyle and does a lot of sport. To complement this, Kate Middleton is believed to have a nutrient-rich diet, including delicious raw fruit and vegetables.
For breakfast, Kate enjoys a smoothie with kale, spirulina, matcha, spinach, coriander leaves, and blueberries, according to the Daily Mail.
The Duchess also eats a salad composed of watermelon, avocado, onions, cucumbers, and feta cheese.
Queen Elisabeth II Avoids Carbs
The British Queen prefers low-carb dinners, according to a former royal chef.
"When she dines on her own she's very disciplined. No starch is the rule. No potatoes, rice, or pasta for dinner. Just usually something like grilled sole with vegetables and salad," Darren McGrady told the Telegraph.
The Royal Menu Doesn't Include... Garlic
Although it adds flavor to many meals, garlic is not a favorite of the royals.
It is known to cause bad breath, which wouldn't be a good thing for a member of the royal family who has to meet and interact with many people on a daily basis.
When she appeared on MasterChef Australia a few years ago, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, confirmed that garlic is missing from the British Palace diet.
Prince Charles Doesn't Eat Lunch
The future King of England skips lunch, instead preferring a late breakfast and a delicious dinner.
Prince Charles' meals are believed to include plenty of fresh produce, much of it grown in the garden of his home, Highgrove House.
"I haven't eaten meat and fish on two days a week and I don't eat dairy products on one day a week. If more people did that it would reduce a lot of the pressure on the environment," Prince Charles told the BBC.