Elizabeth II: this evening ritual that her doctors advise her to give up

The year 2022 promises to be tumultuous for Queen Elizabeth II. The 95-year-old British sovereign will celebrate the seventieth anniversary of her rise to the throne on February 6. An event of the utmost importance, on the occasion of which the Head of the Commonwealth will be solicited throughout the United Kingdom. And to ensure that the festivities take place in the best possible conditions, Her Majesty’s doctors are already taking the lead. According to information from Vanity Fair magazine, Queen Elizabeth II’s doctors advised her to give up one of her little evening pleasures: her Dry Martini.

“The queen has been advised to stop drinking her evening martini,” a friend of the royal family revealed in the columns of the American magazine. “It is not much for her, she does not drink a lot, but it seems a little unfair that at this point in her life she is forced to give up one of her little pleasures. ” “Alcohol is prohibited, her doctors want to make sure she is fit and healthy,” added a second source. In 2017, Business Insider magazine revealed that the Queen consumes an average of 4 glasses of alcohol a day, including a Gin Dubonnet before lunch and a glass of German wine at dinner. These little habits will nevertheless have to become scarce, since a particularly eventful Jubilee year awaits Queen Elizabeth …

An eventful Platinum Jubilee for Elizabeth II

In a statement released on June 2, 2021, Buckingham Palace announced that Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations will be held from June 2 to 5, 2022. This historic weekend will be marked by the traditional Trooping the military rally. Color, in which more than 1,400 British soldiers will take part, as well as a ceremony at St Paul’s Cathedral in London. The Queen will also attend the Epsom Downs Derby and hold a Platinum Party in Buckingham in the presence of many prestigious guests. Throughout 2022, however, Queen Elizabeth II will tour the UK while other active members of the Royal Family will visit other Commonwealth countries.

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