Queen Elizabeth is acclaimed for many things, but it seems that there is not enough credit in terms of how fun it can be when she wants to be.
The 92-year-old monarch had a very helpful response to the palace staff when he discovered a slug in his salad.
According to Daily Mail, the queen pulled out her book's commentary page – which she used to provide feedback on the palace's meals – and set the slug on a piece of paper.
In addition to a close surprise, she wrote, "I found it in salad – could you eat it?" And she sent the message and the slug back to the kitchen.
According to a new book Dinner at Buckingham Palace, the Queen chooses her meal from the list of designs that were delivered to her in the leather book of the Royal Chef of Buckingham Palace Mark Flanagan.
By highlighting the dishes that she wants to eat and crossing the meal she does not like, the meals served at the queen's table can be labeled as a type to get in a nice mid-sized restaurant.
Queen Elizabeth is a former chef Darren McGrady said CNN she "is not really bothered" about what kind of food she does, but she does not like starchy foods like rice or potatoes.
When she is alone, her queen eating vegetables and salads with a whipped or grilled fish, but has one favor.
"He's also chocoholic," McGrady said. "It must be dark chocolate, the darker, the better." She was not interested in milk chocolate or white chocolate. "