New secret of his cooking. Renowned for her colorful clothes, Her Majesty Elizabeth II is just as much known for being a real foodie. In these holiday season, the monarch has decided to share her passion for gastronomy with her Instagram subscribers (because she is a crowned head connected). This Tuesday, December 21, the Queen of England has relayed a video revealing the recipe for her chef’s gingerbread, at Windsor Castle. Where His Highness took refuge from the start of the health crisis. “As Christmas approaches, the chefs of the royal kitchens have shared their recipe for making the perfect gingerbread house”, one can read in the caption of this publication.

The surprise was far from displeasing his community. “Wonderful to watch”, “it looks awesome”, “it’s so beautiful, so much talent”, responded a few netizens. Another anonymous even had a thought for a handful of royals. Something to touch Her Majesty Elizabeth II: “I hope that Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis will be able to see and taste it.” His Royal Highness will however have to wait before being able to find his great-grandchildren.

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No family Christmas Her Majesty Elizabeth II

In December 2020, Her Majesty Elizabeth II was deprived of family celebrations for Christmas. A year later, she is forced to bow again to the coronavirus, which continues to be rife. Indeed, while the Omicron variant is a source of concern in Europe and the United Kingdom – the British executive not ruling out the introduction of new health restrictions after the end of the year holidays – the sovereign has decided to set an example by forgoing a family meal that she nevertheless allows herself each year, at the approach of Christmas. The meeting is in particular the occasion for her to find the Windsors, even the most distant. Decision that would undoubtedly be wise: Her Majesty Elizabeth II was hospitalized in October 2021 and blew out her 95 candles in April, making her a vulnerable person in the face of Covid-19.

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