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Author Topic: Does the Queen drink too much?  (Read 910 times)

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Does the Queen drink too much?
« on: 03 February, 2018, 10:03:15 PM »
I just read that the Queen habitually drinks FOUR drinks a day. Per day!

Apparently she swigs a gin before her lunch, wine while she's tucking into her lunch, a dry martini before dinner...and a glass of bubbly after dinner.

And that's not even including the glasses of Chateau Collapso she swigs during endless state banquets.

Can this be true? Is there some medieval law that says she is exempt from the 'minimum number of alcohol units per day' rule that everyone else tries to adhere to?

Is the Queen setting a bad example to her loyal subjects?
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