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Queen Elizabeth Rebels Against Doctors – Keeps Drinking Despite Being Told To Quit Alcohol

It was reported that Queen Elizabeth, 95, was instructed by her doctors that she needed to stop drinking. However, it has now been disclosed that the Queen is defying her physicians’ orders by continuing to drink.

The Queen regularly consumes four alcoholic beverages every day, according to popular random fact generator ÜberFacts.

It’s dangerous for her joints, and she can’t drink too much with all these royal engagements – it’s not a profession you can drink in, royal sommelier Demetri Walters explained.

Despite this, Walters claims that the Queen still has a glass of wine with her meal.

He choose for the Queen, but she’s rather exacting since she doesn’t drink much wine right now, he added, adding that the Queen has grown “far more particular” about her wines.

According to Walters, the Queen’s oldest son favors beer over wine.

He had this belief that he couldn’t drink wine as it would make him too sick in his old age, Walters recounted. So, very rarely, he had to perform as a beer sommelier for him. He didn’t dare to inform him that beer is even worse.

A friend of the Queen’s said in October that physicians urged her to quit her evening drink, which is generally a martini.

It’s not a huge concern for her because she’s not a heavy drinker, a royal insider explained. But it seems a little unfair that she should have to quit one of her few joys at this point in her life.

The Queen is reputed to enjoy a bone-dry gin martini, which is also Prince Charles’ favorite beverage.

She also likes Dubonnet and gin with a slice of lemon and lots of ice, as well as a champagne nightcap before bed.

In terms of wine, Queen Elizabeth II told the head of the National Institute of Agricultural Botany in 2019 that she has “vines in Windsor.”

She doesn’t drink wine personally, but she hears it’s quite nice, the queen added.

However, it has been stated that the Queen enjoys a glass of sweet German wine with her supper.

Queen Elizabeth has lately been dealing with health concerns, with Buckingham Palace revealing that she injured her back only last month.

The Queen has determined this morning with much sorrow that she will not be able to attend today’s Remembrance Sunday ceremony at the Cenotaph due to a sprained back, the palace announced in a statement at the time. Her Majesty is sad that she will be unable to attend the service.

Remembrance Day is just one of numerous canceled engagements by the Queen in prior months. She’s had vacations overseas cancelled and even missed church due to health issues. Prince Charles made a public remark in response to the trend.

The Queen is attempting to be as healthy as possible so that she can mark her seventieth year in the British monarchy with the Platinum Jubilee next year.

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