There are expectations royal’s would prefer a more lavish lifestyle, but the Princess Royal is said to prefer a more simple menu from time to time. Anne once revealed guests could expect to enjoy a 10p choc ice for a dessert following a meal.
According to one source, the Princess prefers to serve her guests whatever food is the quickest to defrost from the freezer.
This includes “anything by Fray Bentos” or “pork pies”.
Meals would often be served with boiled potatoes, peas or green beans.
The Princess said: “After all, one wants everyone out of the house by 9.15pm at the latest.
“For pudding, I pass them a choc ice to eat in the car.”
Aside from the rather basic meal, the Princess is said to be a good dinner party host due to her sense of humour and wit.
However, Anne is not alone in being a fuss-free host when it comes to serving guests dinner.
According to former royal chef Darren McGrady, Princess Diana used to take William and Harry to McDonald’s on Saturdays in order for the boys to get their hands on the coveted Happy Meal toys.
Queen Elizabeth is also known to enjoy Hamburgers while visiting her Balmoral Estate in Scotland.
However, unlike Princess Diana, the Queen does not pop into her local burger bar and instead turns to her own catering team.
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According to Lovefood.com, the royals enjoy a varied range of treats and favourites.
The Queen is said to be a fan of dark chocolate and, according to former chef Mr Grady, “The darker the chocolate, the better.”
The Queen is also a fan of mangoes.
Speaking to the National Post, another former chef, John Higgins, said: “She could tell you how many mangoes were in the fridge at Buckingham Palace.”
With an organic lifestyle and the environment a key interest, The Prince of Wales is an advocate of pesticide free food.
Such is his passion, Prince Charles has launched his own organic range, “Duchy Originals”.
The Princes’ former chef, Carolyn Robb once told the Daily Mail: “He liked to have his own food with him.
“He couldn’t risk going down with a bad stomach when he was so busy.”
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In his book On Royalty, journalist Jeremy Paxman claimed Prince Charles is so particular about his boiled eggs, his staff would prepare up to seven in the hope one would be just runny enough.
However, this was rebutted on the Prince of Wales’ official website.
A couple of years later, though, Prince Charles’ former chef Mervyn Wycherley made a similar claim: “It was never anything other than a four-minute egg.
“His detectives radioed his ETA ahead. I always kept three pans boiling – just to be safe.”
For the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the guilty pleasure of choice is curry.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle enjoy a roast chicken.
Speaking to Good Housekeeping, the Duchess of Sussex said: “There is nothing as delicious, or as impressive, as a perfectly roasted chicken.
“If you have an Ina Garten-level roasted chicken recipe, it’s a game-changer.”