Queen Camilla has most certainly sampled some of the world’s greatest cuisine.
However, the food she consumes regularly may not be different from the meals consumed by non-royals.
The Queen revealed her familiar dining habits in an interview with Tom Parker Bowles, food writer, food critic, and Camilla’s son, for YOU Magazine.
The one food she consumes practically every day is both luxurious and common in houses around the world.
Camilla stated that she loves avocado, although she did not always enjoy the popular fruit.
The Queen revealed that she liked eating at home as a child, but she was “excited” to try the prawn and avocado at Alexander’s in Chelsea for the first time.
Camilla talked about her relationship with the fruit, “The combination seemed impossibly exotic.”
“I’d eaten avocados at home and hated them at first. But I now eat them most days.”
Avocados can be eaten in a variety of ways. They’re delicious mashed over toast or sliced into a salad.
The creamy fruit is also delicious in a smoothie or mixed into guacamole.
Camilla, despite her social standing, is down-to-earth when it comes to dining, stating that her favorite dinner is an exceedingly cheap and easy recipe.
Camilla informed the publication about baked beans on toast, saying, “One of my favorite foods is baked beans on toast.” “Always Heinz.”
She added: “And freshly cooked fish and chips, wrapped in paper. That smell. You cannot beat proper fish and chips.”
The Royal Family’s eating habits range from bizarre to incredibly relatable.
Queen Elizabeth II is said to have eaten her bananas unusually, while Prince George’s favorite cuisine is a traditional Italian dish.
Prince Louis, Kate and William’s youngest child, is a great admirer of one vegetable – and it’s neither peas nor carrots.