The chef has additionally shared what the standard Easter meal will seem like for Her Majesty. Talking to OK! Journal, Darren McGrady defined what the 94-year-old and husband Prince Philip, 99, eat behind the closed doorways of Windsor Fortress.
Within the 2020 interview, Mr McGrady shared the Queen’s consuming habits after her Sunday roast meal.
“The Queen would often chorus [from drinking too much at lunch] and save her ordinary Gin and Dubonnet till the night,” stated Mr McGrady.
He added that on account of lockdown restrictions there isn’t a want for his or her traditional Easter meals service.
“I don’t suppose the large kitchen might be open this yr as there’s no want for it,” stated Mr McGrady.
“There might be minimal employees on responsibility so that they’ll use the small kitchen.”
Mr McGrady continued to elucidate how although the 2 of them will more than likely be eating alone, there’s nonetheless a necessity to stick to sure formalities.
He stated: “Though it’ll be just about simply the 2 of them consuming collectively, they gained’t have TV dinners on lap trays. They’ll nonetheless be served on the desk as at all times.”
The previous royal chef additionally defined precisely what the Royal Household eats in the course of the spring vacation.
“For lunch she would have her favorite German wine, referred to as Gewurztraminer.
“It’s fairly gentle and candy.
“Prince Philip doesn’t actually drink wine – he’d quite have a bottle of beer.”
It’s at present not identified whether or not the Queen will seem in public this Easter as a result of ongoing risk of the coronavirus pandemic.