Ex-royal chef Darren McGrady recalled a hilarious episode involving a younger William and his cousins. Mr McGrady, who labored for the royals for 15 years, described how he made a chocolate egg with a sugar mouse.
However William left Beatrice and Eugenie terrified after biting the mouse’s head off, in accordance with the previous royal chef.
Mr McGrady instructed OK! journal: “One yr I made a chocolate egg with a Hickory Dickory Dock nursery rhyme theme.
“It had a clock on the highest hanging one and a sugared mouse peeking out of a mousehole.
“We despatched it as much as the nursery on the silver tray, however quarter-hour later the Footman introduced it again.
“He stated, ‘Nanny requested me to return this. Prince William has simply stood on a chair and bitten the mouse’s head off, scary Beatrice and Eugenie.’
“We needed to rapidly make one other mouse, pop it within the gap and ship it again to the nursery.
“I feel Nanny put the egg out of William’s attain to verify it didn’t occur once more!”
“Packing containers of them are offered for everybody to nibble on.
“At Windsor we all the time made our personal Easter eggs too.
“These for the adults could be adorned in fairly sugared flowers and positioned on the desk, so folks may break off items.
“There have been no Easter egg hunts again then however we’d make particular novelty eggs for the kids.”
The Queen spent this Easter at Windsor Fort, the place she has been primarily based for a lot of the lockdown.
The monarch is with Prince Philip and a decreased family dubbed HMS Bubble.