GB: Latest Queen rumors, doctors ban martinis from her – Ultima Ora

(ANSA) – LONDON, Oct 16 – No more glasses of alcohol for Queen Elizabeth, starting with the beloved Martini who, according to the story, always loved sipping at the end of the day. For the “order,” the court doctors, according to the latest third-party gossip published by Vanity Fair in recent days, and then picked up by British newspapers and tabloids, could have been to the Daily Mail.

According to the usual anonymous sources cited by the true Vanity Fair “rumours” commentator, Katie Nicholl, the recommendation was made to protect the King’s health – all in all good, considering she’s 95 years old – in light of the season of renewed post-emergency public commitments for Covid: Commitments have already resumed at a moderate pace in recent weeks and are set to continue with Her Majesty’s attendance at the CoP26 international climate conference in Glasgow, under the British presidency, at the beginning of November.

To then arrive at those that will lead to the 2022 celebrations of the so-called Platinum Jubilee: the 70th anniversary of Elizabeth II’s accession to the throne.

“She was asked to give up her evening injection, usually a martini,” Nicole wrote, citing the testimony of alleged “friends” of the Windsor family. “Indeed, it’s not much of a problem – added the commentator – because (the Queen) is certainly not a great drinker. But it seems to me an unfair thread that, at this point in her life, she should give up one of her few pleasures” luxury.

To give credit for the royal stories, it appears that his mother, the famous Queen Mom, who died at the age of 102 in 2002, continued to ring her favorite cocktails, primarily gin and tonic, almost until the end of her days. (Dealing).

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