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What the British Royal Family Really Eats at Home

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What the British Royal Family Really Eats at Home

There’s no denying that the British Royal family does spend many days and evenings eating formal, five-course meals, with the world’s most influential and famous as their guests. Seated at long tables, served on silver platters, drinking the finest wines from the palace’s cellars is how many of the royal family’s dinners are enjoyed, but not all of them. When the members of the royal family are alone, having a quiet night in without any guests to impress, caviar, truffles, and foie gras aren’t the norm. Instead, there will be roast chicken, bowls of salad, and perfectly soft-boiled eggs.