Although her life was extravagant and everyone dreams of living like a Queen, living luxuriously was off the table when it came to her diet
The Queen’s food philosophy was simple.
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Queen Elizabeth was a massive fan of Earl Gray tea, and her love for the famous British beverage now marks every afternoon – fit for a queen.
The way Queen Elizabeth ate and drank impacted our diet too.
Despite an array of on-call gourmet personal chefs, The Queen referred a modest, structured diet for her daily life.
Darren McGrady, who served as Her Majesty’s personal chef for 15 years says Her Majesty was one to dine simply
So for breakfast, it was Corn flakes or Marmalade on toast followed by a simple and light lunch and dinner like chicken and vegetables.
But when it comes to things she didn’t like, garlic and onions were strictly off the menu.
Her last meals would have followed this same philosophy.
But back in the day The Queen liked to indulge in tea, scones, gin and cake.
In fact, she had a legendary love of sweets, always leaving room for dessert, some would say a chocoholic.
So what we can learn from the Queen’s plate, is simple sometimes is best and it’s fine to enjoy enjoy a cocktail and occasional slice of chocolate cake with a hot cup of tea – in true royal fashion!
Meet Purple – the new M&M “spokescandy” character
Mars has introduced its first new M&M character in more than a decade
The new purple “spokescandy” is a peanut M&M designed to represent acceptance and inclusivity
Purple joins the other classics like Red and Yellow.
Mars says the character’s “charm and quirky nature” comes from her “keen self-awareness, authenticity and confidence”
Mars redesigned its M&M characters earlier this year after facing criticism for Green’s sexy characterization
In announcing Purple, Mars put out an ad with the character singing an original song, “I’m Just Gonna Be Me.”
Mars says one dollar from every stream of Purple’s song will be donated to a nonprofit arts company.
Why is Trump suing CNN?
Former U.S. President Donald Trump is suing CNN for defamation
Trump is taking his vengeance to the Federal Court in Florida.
He alleges CNN has sought to use its massive influence to defeat him politically.
The former president is seeking 475 million dollars in punitive damages, according to the lawsuit.
Trump has previously said he will be commencing actions against other media outlets who defrauded the public during the 2020 election.
His attorney’s believe there was a smear campaign, including commentary that he is a cult leader and a racist.
Of course, defamation cases are hard to win. Public figures have to prove that journalists acted with malice.
Why Beatles’ legend Ringo Starr cancelled a concert
Beatles’ legend Ringo Starr cancelled a concert after falling ill.
The 82-year-old drummer was supposed to perform with his All-Starr band in the U.S.
In a statement shared by the venue in Michigan, Starr’s team says the drummer did not have Covid but the illness affected his voice.
The casino says “Ringo is sick and was hoping he could carry on, hence the late decision, but it has affected his voice so tonight’s show, scheduled to begin in a few hours is cancelled.”
Saturday night’s cancelled shows was already a rescheduled date from this June after Starr band members were diagnosed with Covid.
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