THE Queen has a team of royal chefs and kitchen staff to prepare her breakfast every morning – but she’s chosen the same thing every day for 70 years.
Her Majesty, 95, is said to choose to tuck into a bowl of Kellogg’s cereal to start her day.
The cereal brand confirmed its long-standing relationship with the royal household.
Dan Bitti, Kellogg’s Breakfast Lead, said in a statement: “Having Her Majesty’s royal seal of approval is a wonderful endorsement and we’re honoured that the Queen continues to start her day off with a bowl of Kellogg’s cereal.”
Former royal chef Darren McGrady, who worked for the royal family for over a decade, previously revealed that the monarch’s favourite choice is Special K.
He added that she has enjoyed a bowl most days during her 70-year reign.
Darren told The Telegraph in 2015: “Sadly, the Queen is not a foodie.
🔵 Read our Royal Family live blog for the latest updates
“She eats to live, unlike [the now late] Prince Philip who loves to eat and would stand and talk food all day.
“For breakfast, the Queen likes cereal – usually Special K – and fruit.”
He also revealed she “loved” to eat scrambled eggs with smoked salmon and a grating of truffle but added she was typically “too frugal to ever order fresh truffles”.
Most read in Fabulous
I’m a proud cougar and people hate on me EVERY DAY for being so fit
I’m a hairdresser, if your hair is always greasy it probably has build-up
I’m sick of people blocking my drive – so I leave extreme notes to shame them
I got free face tattoo saying ‘cursed’ – I can’t get a proper job because of it
He said: “[She] only really enjoyed them at Christmas when the truffles were sent as a gift.”
Pro chef Darren worked in the royal kitchen for 15 years preparing meals for the Queen, Prince Harry, Prince William and Princess Diana during his time at Buckingham Palace.
Darren also shared that the Queen did not enjoy pizza and during his whole 15 years at the palace not a single pizza was served.
The monarch’s meals are healthy, low-carb affairs, usually grilled fish or chicken with two different vegetables or a big bowl of salad.
That said, The Queen still likes to treat herself to something sweet from time-to-time – and Darren claims she's a total "chocaholic".
Meanwhile, the Queen eats fruit out of this unlikely container while at Balmoral, former chef reveals.
In other royal news, we told you about the "messy" thing Prince William does that annoys Kate Middleton.
Source: Read Full Article