The queen sent a note to his chef over the slug in the meal

If you ever have the pleasure of serving Her Majesty Queen for dinner in your house, please note that she has no interest in eating snails, so do not even try.

According to the former royal servant Charles Oliver's book Dinner at Buckingham Palace, the queen was less than happy to find a slug in one of her meals and dragged the chef through a scathing note. Because you show that the Queen and Prince Philip get a notebook at every meal, where they can send feedback about the food. Like their own personal Yelp!

Advertisement – Continue reading below

"Once upon a broken upper layer, the feet found a slaughtered dead body," reminds Charles, adding that Her Majesty had written "I found this in the salad-could you eat it?" together with the deceased critter.

Wow @ Queen is the true queen of shade.



Nevertheless, Charles adds, "Most of the time, the book is empty because the queen is not careful about food. But when she has a guest for an informal lunch, they reveal firmly like and dislike – for example, an objection to fried potatoes or Brussels sprouts The queen will make a discreet comment for future reference. This is duly recorded by the kitchen and remembered if the guest comes back. "

Cool, cool, cool, good to know that the queen will meet my demands on Hot Cheetos when I eventually get invited to Buckingham Palace.