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The Daily Dish: The Queen of England Refuses to Travel Without This Snack

The Daily Dish: The Queen of England Refuses to Travel Without This Snack

The Queen of England Travels Everywhere With This Snack

The Queen of England may drink Champagne every day, but she’s not quite so fancy about everything she consumes. Darren McGrady, a former chef to Queen Elizabeth II, revealed in an interview with Recipes Plus that the queen never travels without her favorite snack: a chocolate biscuit cake. For example, when she is traveling to Windsor or other places around her kingdom, she may ask a royal chef to accompany her with the choice dessert in tow. And while royal desserts might typically be shared with staff once the queen has had her slice, Elizabeth insists on handling her favorite dessert personally. "Now the Chocolate Biscuit Cake is the only cake that goes back again and again and again every day until it's all gone," McGrady told Recipes Plus. "She'll take a small slice every day until eventually there is only one tiny piece, but you have to send that up, she wants to finish the whole of that cake."

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The ‘World’s First Avocado Bar’ Is Opening in Brooklyn

Brooklyn is home to tons of themed bars covering everything from summer camp lodges to comic books. This month, the borough is welcoming Avocaderia, a quick-serve bar completely dedicated to avocados. Dubbed “the world’s first avocado bar,” the eatery will serve breakfast and lunch bowls, salads, toast, and smoothies, according to the press release. Every dish will be made with organic avocados sourced from local farmers in Michoacán in Mexico.

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This Guy Dedicated an Entire Podcast to Finding McDonald’s Pizza

The late ‘80s were a strange time: Teased hair and shoulder pads were the height of fashion, and McDonald’s thought it was a good idea to start making pizza. But even though it’s been a long time since most of us have sampled a McPizza, one enterprising fast-food journalist decided to hunt down the last two remaining McDonald’s locations in the United States that still sell the coveted item. His reward was a floppy, oven-fired personal pie, and our reward was 35 oddly entertaining podcast episodes in which Brian Thompson attempts to answer the all-important question: “Whatever Happened to Pizza at McDonald’s?”

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New Jersey Is Getting Its First Cat Café

Cat lovers in New Jersey, rejoice: You no longer have to travel to Manhattan to get your cat and coffee fix. Within the next few months, New Jersey’s first cat café, Catsbury Park, is expected to open in Asbury Park. Similar to other cat café concepts, Catsbury Park will be divided into two rooms, one with cats and one without, to comply with heath code regulations that prohibit preparing and serving food in the same room as animals, NJ.com reported; however, guests will be able to bring café items into the cat room if they want to. In terms of operations, the café will function as a for-profit enterprise, while the adoption service will run as a nonprofit.

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Starbucks Japan's New Frappuccino Comes With a Pie Crust Lid

U.S. Starbucks fans are going to have a reason to feel jealous, because Starbucks Japan is getting a new Frappuccino designed to taste like American pie. According to Rocket News 24, the new American Cherry Pie Frappuccino is meant to resemble a slice of cherry pie with ice cream, but in a cup. The vanilla Frappuccino has a thick layer of cherry pie filling on the bottom of the cup, with bite-sized bits of pie mixed in. The whole thing is topped with a domed “lid” made of pie crust.

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The Queen has banned Meghan Markle’s favourite ‘filthy, sexy’ food from Buckingham Palace

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Queen and Meghan Markle share a giggle at royal engagement

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Meghan Markle, 36, had made some big changes since becoming the Duchess of Sussex, to her appearance, lifestyle and eating habits.

Along with being banned from eating her favourite seafood on royal tours and garlic when in the company of the Queen, she has also had to give up another of her favourite meals.

According to royal chef Darren McGrady, pasta, rice and potatoes are all banned from the menu at Buckingham Palace.

The carb ban is a personal choice of the Queen&rsquos, who prefers not to put them on the menu.

Pasta is reportedly one of Meghan Markle&rsquos favourite foods, telling food magazine The New Potato in 2013 that a &ldquoleisurely dinner of seafood and pasta&rdquo was one of her favourite meal options.

Related articles

Meghan Markle: The Queen has banned the Duchess&rsquo favourite food that she once described as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo

Darren revealed the Queen&rsquos no-carb preferences during an interview with Recipe Plus, saying she stays well clear of pasta and has never had rice or potatoes on the palace menu.

One royal that will surely be missing the Italian dish is Meghan, who along with being a self-confessed pasta lover, has also devised her own pasta recipes.

During an interview with Delish.com, Meghan revealed her go-to meal, a pasta dish containing slow-cooked courgette.

The 36-year-old referred to the dish as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo, coining it as one of her favourite recipes.

The dish is made by slow-cooking courgettes for at least four hours, turning them into a delectable mush that passes for an oil and butter-laden dish.

Meghan's favourite food, pasta, is banned from menus at Buckingham Palace (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan Markle's best Instagram snaps


The Queen has banned Meghan Markle’s favourite ‘filthy, sexy’ food from Buckingham Palace

Link copied

Queen and Meghan Markle share a giggle at royal engagement

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Meghan Markle, 36, had made some big changes since becoming the Duchess of Sussex, to her appearance, lifestyle and eating habits.

Along with being banned from eating her favourite seafood on royal tours and garlic when in the company of the Queen, she has also had to give up another of her favourite meals.

According to royal chef Darren McGrady, pasta, rice and potatoes are all banned from the menu at Buckingham Palace.

The carb ban is a personal choice of the Queen&rsquos, who prefers not to put them on the menu.

Pasta is reportedly one of Meghan Markle&rsquos favourite foods, telling food magazine The New Potato in 2013 that a &ldquoleisurely dinner of seafood and pasta&rdquo was one of her favourite meal options.

Related articles

Meghan Markle: The Queen has banned the Duchess&rsquo favourite food that she once described as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo

Darren revealed the Queen&rsquos no-carb preferences during an interview with Recipe Plus, saying she stays well clear of pasta and has never had rice or potatoes on the palace menu.

One royal that will surely be missing the Italian dish is Meghan, who along with being a self-confessed pasta lover, has also devised her own pasta recipes.

During an interview with Delish.com, Meghan revealed her go-to meal, a pasta dish containing slow-cooked courgette.

The 36-year-old referred to the dish as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo, coining it as one of her favourite recipes.

The dish is made by slow-cooking courgettes for at least four hours, turning them into a delectable mush that passes for an oil and butter-laden dish.

Meghan's favourite food, pasta, is banned from menus at Buckingham Palace (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan Markle's best Instagram snaps


The Queen has banned Meghan Markle’s favourite ‘filthy, sexy’ food from Buckingham Palace

Link copied

Queen and Meghan Markle share a giggle at royal engagement

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Meghan Markle, 36, had made some big changes since becoming the Duchess of Sussex, to her appearance, lifestyle and eating habits.

Along with being banned from eating her favourite seafood on royal tours and garlic when in the company of the Queen, she has also had to give up another of her favourite meals.

According to royal chef Darren McGrady, pasta, rice and potatoes are all banned from the menu at Buckingham Palace.

The carb ban is a personal choice of the Queen&rsquos, who prefers not to put them on the menu.

Pasta is reportedly one of Meghan Markle&rsquos favourite foods, telling food magazine The New Potato in 2013 that a &ldquoleisurely dinner of seafood and pasta&rdquo was one of her favourite meal options.

Related articles

Meghan Markle: The Queen has banned the Duchess&rsquo favourite food that she once described as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo

Darren revealed the Queen&rsquos no-carb preferences during an interview with Recipe Plus, saying she stays well clear of pasta and has never had rice or potatoes on the palace menu.

One royal that will surely be missing the Italian dish is Meghan, who along with being a self-confessed pasta lover, has also devised her own pasta recipes.

During an interview with Delish.com, Meghan revealed her go-to meal, a pasta dish containing slow-cooked courgette.

The 36-year-old referred to the dish as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo, coining it as one of her favourite recipes.

The dish is made by slow-cooking courgettes for at least four hours, turning them into a delectable mush that passes for an oil and butter-laden dish.

Meghan's favourite food, pasta, is banned from menus at Buckingham Palace (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan Markle's best Instagram snaps


The Queen has banned Meghan Markle’s favourite ‘filthy, sexy’ food from Buckingham Palace

Link copied

Queen and Meghan Markle share a giggle at royal engagement

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Meghan Markle, 36, had made some big changes since becoming the Duchess of Sussex, to her appearance, lifestyle and eating habits.

Along with being banned from eating her favourite seafood on royal tours and garlic when in the company of the Queen, she has also had to give up another of her favourite meals.

According to royal chef Darren McGrady, pasta, rice and potatoes are all banned from the menu at Buckingham Palace.

The carb ban is a personal choice of the Queen&rsquos, who prefers not to put them on the menu.

Pasta is reportedly one of Meghan Markle&rsquos favourite foods, telling food magazine The New Potato in 2013 that a &ldquoleisurely dinner of seafood and pasta&rdquo was one of her favourite meal options.

Related articles

Meghan Markle: The Queen has banned the Duchess&rsquo favourite food that she once described as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo

Darren revealed the Queen&rsquos no-carb preferences during an interview with Recipe Plus, saying she stays well clear of pasta and has never had rice or potatoes on the palace menu.

One royal that will surely be missing the Italian dish is Meghan, who along with being a self-confessed pasta lover, has also devised her own pasta recipes.

During an interview with Delish.com, Meghan revealed her go-to meal, a pasta dish containing slow-cooked courgette.

The 36-year-old referred to the dish as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo, coining it as one of her favourite recipes.

The dish is made by slow-cooking courgettes for at least four hours, turning them into a delectable mush that passes for an oil and butter-laden dish.

Meghan's favourite food, pasta, is banned from menus at Buckingham Palace (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan Markle's best Instagram snaps


The Queen has banned Meghan Markle’s favourite ‘filthy, sexy’ food from Buckingham Palace

Link copied

Queen and Meghan Markle share a giggle at royal engagement

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Meghan Markle, 36, had made some big changes since becoming the Duchess of Sussex, to her appearance, lifestyle and eating habits.

Along with being banned from eating her favourite seafood on royal tours and garlic when in the company of the Queen, she has also had to give up another of her favourite meals.

According to royal chef Darren McGrady, pasta, rice and potatoes are all banned from the menu at Buckingham Palace.

The carb ban is a personal choice of the Queen&rsquos, who prefers not to put them on the menu.

Pasta is reportedly one of Meghan Markle&rsquos favourite foods, telling food magazine The New Potato in 2013 that a &ldquoleisurely dinner of seafood and pasta&rdquo was one of her favourite meal options.

Related articles

Meghan Markle: The Queen has banned the Duchess&rsquo favourite food that she once described as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo

Darren revealed the Queen&rsquos no-carb preferences during an interview with Recipe Plus, saying she stays well clear of pasta and has never had rice or potatoes on the palace menu.

One royal that will surely be missing the Italian dish is Meghan, who along with being a self-confessed pasta lover, has also devised her own pasta recipes.

During an interview with Delish.com, Meghan revealed her go-to meal, a pasta dish containing slow-cooked courgette.

The 36-year-old referred to the dish as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo, coining it as one of her favourite recipes.

The dish is made by slow-cooking courgettes for at least four hours, turning them into a delectable mush that passes for an oil and butter-laden dish.

Meghan's favourite food, pasta, is banned from menus at Buckingham Palace (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan Markle's best Instagram snaps


The Queen has banned Meghan Markle’s favourite ‘filthy, sexy’ food from Buckingham Palace

Link copied

Queen and Meghan Markle share a giggle at royal engagement

When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they'll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Meghan Markle, 36, had made some big changes since becoming the Duchess of Sussex, to her appearance, lifestyle and eating habits.

Along with being banned from eating her favourite seafood on royal tours and garlic when in the company of the Queen, she has also had to give up another of her favourite meals.

According to royal chef Darren McGrady, pasta, rice and potatoes are all banned from the menu at Buckingham Palace.

The carb ban is a personal choice of the Queen&rsquos, who prefers not to put them on the menu.

Pasta is reportedly one of Meghan Markle&rsquos favourite foods, telling food magazine The New Potato in 2013 that a &ldquoleisurely dinner of seafood and pasta&rdquo was one of her favourite meal options.

Related articles

Meghan Markle: The Queen has banned the Duchess&rsquo favourite food that she once described as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo

Darren revealed the Queen&rsquos no-carb preferences during an interview with Recipe Plus, saying she stays well clear of pasta and has never had rice or potatoes on the palace menu.

One royal that will surely be missing the Italian dish is Meghan, who along with being a self-confessed pasta lover, has also devised her own pasta recipes.

During an interview with Delish.com, Meghan revealed her go-to meal, a pasta dish containing slow-cooked courgette.

The 36-year-old referred to the dish as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo, coining it as one of her favourite recipes.

The dish is made by slow-cooking courgettes for at least four hours, turning them into a delectable mush that passes for an oil and butter-laden dish.

Meghan's favourite food, pasta, is banned from menus at Buckingham Palace (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan Markle's best Instagram snaps


The Queen has banned Meghan Markle’s favourite ‘filthy, sexy’ food from Buckingham Palace

Link copied

Queen and Meghan Markle share a giggle at royal engagement

When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they'll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Meghan Markle, 36, had made some big changes since becoming the Duchess of Sussex, to her appearance, lifestyle and eating habits.

Along with being banned from eating her favourite seafood on royal tours and garlic when in the company of the Queen, she has also had to give up another of her favourite meals.

According to royal chef Darren McGrady, pasta, rice and potatoes are all banned from the menu at Buckingham Palace.

The carb ban is a personal choice of the Queen&rsquos, who prefers not to put them on the menu.

Pasta is reportedly one of Meghan Markle&rsquos favourite foods, telling food magazine The New Potato in 2013 that a &ldquoleisurely dinner of seafood and pasta&rdquo was one of her favourite meal options.

Related articles

Meghan Markle: The Queen has banned the Duchess&rsquo favourite food that she once described as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo

Darren revealed the Queen&rsquos no-carb preferences during an interview with Recipe Plus, saying she stays well clear of pasta and has never had rice or potatoes on the palace menu.

One royal that will surely be missing the Italian dish is Meghan, who along with being a self-confessed pasta lover, has also devised her own pasta recipes.

During an interview with Delish.com, Meghan revealed her go-to meal, a pasta dish containing slow-cooked courgette.

The 36-year-old referred to the dish as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo, coining it as one of her favourite recipes.

The dish is made by slow-cooking courgettes for at least four hours, turning them into a delectable mush that passes for an oil and butter-laden dish.

Meghan's favourite food, pasta, is banned from menus at Buckingham Palace (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan Markle's best Instagram snaps


The Queen has banned Meghan Markle’s favourite ‘filthy, sexy’ food from Buckingham Palace

Link copied

Queen and Meghan Markle share a giggle at royal engagement

When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they'll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Meghan Markle, 36, had made some big changes since becoming the Duchess of Sussex, to her appearance, lifestyle and eating habits.

Along with being banned from eating her favourite seafood on royal tours and garlic when in the company of the Queen, she has also had to give up another of her favourite meals.

According to royal chef Darren McGrady, pasta, rice and potatoes are all banned from the menu at Buckingham Palace.

The carb ban is a personal choice of the Queen&rsquos, who prefers not to put them on the menu.

Pasta is reportedly one of Meghan Markle&rsquos favourite foods, telling food magazine The New Potato in 2013 that a &ldquoleisurely dinner of seafood and pasta&rdquo was one of her favourite meal options.

Related articles

Meghan Markle: The Queen has banned the Duchess&rsquo favourite food that she once described as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo

Darren revealed the Queen&rsquos no-carb preferences during an interview with Recipe Plus, saying she stays well clear of pasta and has never had rice or potatoes on the palace menu.

One royal that will surely be missing the Italian dish is Meghan, who along with being a self-confessed pasta lover, has also devised her own pasta recipes.

During an interview with Delish.com, Meghan revealed her go-to meal, a pasta dish containing slow-cooked courgette.

The 36-year-old referred to the dish as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo, coining it as one of her favourite recipes.

The dish is made by slow-cooking courgettes for at least four hours, turning them into a delectable mush that passes for an oil and butter-laden dish.

Meghan's favourite food, pasta, is banned from menus at Buckingham Palace (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan Markle's best Instagram snaps


The Queen has banned Meghan Markle’s favourite ‘filthy, sexy’ food from Buckingham Palace

Link copied

Queen and Meghan Markle share a giggle at royal engagement

When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they'll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Meghan Markle, 36, had made some big changes since becoming the Duchess of Sussex, to her appearance, lifestyle and eating habits.

Along with being banned from eating her favourite seafood on royal tours and garlic when in the company of the Queen, she has also had to give up another of her favourite meals.

According to royal chef Darren McGrady, pasta, rice and potatoes are all banned from the menu at Buckingham Palace.

The carb ban is a personal choice of the Queen&rsquos, who prefers not to put them on the menu.

Pasta is reportedly one of Meghan Markle&rsquos favourite foods, telling food magazine The New Potato in 2013 that a &ldquoleisurely dinner of seafood and pasta&rdquo was one of her favourite meal options.

Related articles

Meghan Markle: The Queen has banned the Duchess&rsquo favourite food that she once described as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo

Darren revealed the Queen&rsquos no-carb preferences during an interview with Recipe Plus, saying she stays well clear of pasta and has never had rice or potatoes on the palace menu.

One royal that will surely be missing the Italian dish is Meghan, who along with being a self-confessed pasta lover, has also devised her own pasta recipes.

During an interview with Delish.com, Meghan revealed her go-to meal, a pasta dish containing slow-cooked courgette.

The 36-year-old referred to the dish as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo, coining it as one of her favourite recipes.

The dish is made by slow-cooking courgettes for at least four hours, turning them into a delectable mush that passes for an oil and butter-laden dish.

Meghan's favourite food, pasta, is banned from menus at Buckingham Palace (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan Markle's best Instagram snaps


The Queen has banned Meghan Markle’s favourite ‘filthy, sexy’ food from Buckingham Palace

Link copied

Queen and Meghan Markle share a giggle at royal engagement

When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they'll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Meghan Markle, 36, had made some big changes since becoming the Duchess of Sussex, to her appearance, lifestyle and eating habits.

Along with being banned from eating her favourite seafood on royal tours and garlic when in the company of the Queen, she has also had to give up another of her favourite meals.

According to royal chef Darren McGrady, pasta, rice and potatoes are all banned from the menu at Buckingham Palace.

The carb ban is a personal choice of the Queen&rsquos, who prefers not to put them on the menu.

Pasta is reportedly one of Meghan Markle&rsquos favourite foods, telling food magazine The New Potato in 2013 that a &ldquoleisurely dinner of seafood and pasta&rdquo was one of her favourite meal options.

Related articles

Meghan Markle: The Queen has banned the Duchess&rsquo favourite food that she once described as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo

Darren revealed the Queen&rsquos no-carb preferences during an interview with Recipe Plus, saying she stays well clear of pasta and has never had rice or potatoes on the palace menu.

One royal that will surely be missing the Italian dish is Meghan, who along with being a self-confessed pasta lover, has also devised her own pasta recipes.

During an interview with Delish.com, Meghan revealed her go-to meal, a pasta dish containing slow-cooked courgette.

The 36-year-old referred to the dish as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo, coining it as one of her favourite recipes.

The dish is made by slow-cooking courgettes for at least four hours, turning them into a delectable mush that passes for an oil and butter-laden dish.

Meghan's favourite food, pasta, is banned from menus at Buckingham Palace (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan Markle's best Instagram snaps


The Queen has banned Meghan Markle’s favourite ‘filthy, sexy’ food from Buckingham Palace

Link copied

Queen and Meghan Markle share a giggle at royal engagement

When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they'll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Meghan Markle, 36, had made some big changes since becoming the Duchess of Sussex, to her appearance, lifestyle and eating habits.

Along with being banned from eating her favourite seafood on royal tours and garlic when in the company of the Queen, she has also had to give up another of her favourite meals.

According to royal chef Darren McGrady, pasta, rice and potatoes are all banned from the menu at Buckingham Palace.

The carb ban is a personal choice of the Queen&rsquos, who prefers not to put them on the menu.

Pasta is reportedly one of Meghan Markle&rsquos favourite foods, telling food magazine The New Potato in 2013 that a &ldquoleisurely dinner of seafood and pasta&rdquo was one of her favourite meal options.

Related articles

Meghan Markle: The Queen has banned the Duchess&rsquo favourite food that she once described as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo

Darren revealed the Queen&rsquos no-carb preferences during an interview with Recipe Plus, saying she stays well clear of pasta and has never had rice or potatoes on the palace menu.

One royal that will surely be missing the Italian dish is Meghan, who along with being a self-confessed pasta lover, has also devised her own pasta recipes.

During an interview with Delish.com, Meghan revealed her go-to meal, a pasta dish containing slow-cooked courgette.

The 36-year-old referred to the dish as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo, coining it as one of her favourite recipes.

The dish is made by slow-cooking courgettes for at least four hours, turning them into a delectable mush that passes for an oil and butter-laden dish.

Meghan's favourite food, pasta, is banned from menus at Buckingham Palace (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan Markle's best Instagram snaps


The Queen has banned Meghan Markle’s favourite ‘filthy, sexy’ food from Buckingham Palace

Link copied

Queen and Meghan Markle share a giggle at royal engagement

When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they'll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Meghan Markle, 36, had made some big changes since becoming the Duchess of Sussex, to her appearance, lifestyle and eating habits.

Along with being banned from eating her favourite seafood on royal tours and garlic when in the company of the Queen, she has also had to give up another of her favourite meals.

According to royal chef Darren McGrady, pasta, rice and potatoes are all banned from the menu at Buckingham Palace.

The carb ban is a personal choice of the Queen&rsquos, who prefers not to put them on the menu.

Pasta is reportedly one of Meghan Markle&rsquos favourite foods, telling food magazine The New Potato in 2013 that a &ldquoleisurely dinner of seafood and pasta&rdquo was one of her favourite meal options.

Related articles

Meghan Markle: The Queen has banned the Duchess&rsquo favourite food that she once described as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo

Darren revealed the Queen&rsquos no-carb preferences during an interview with Recipe Plus, saying she stays well clear of pasta and has never had rice or potatoes on the palace menu.

One royal that will surely be missing the Italian dish is Meghan, who along with being a self-confessed pasta lover, has also devised her own pasta recipes.

During an interview with Delish.com, Meghan revealed her go-to meal, a pasta dish containing slow-cooked courgette.

The 36-year-old referred to the dish as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo, coining it as one of her favourite recipes.

The dish is made by slow-cooking courgettes for at least four hours, turning them into a delectable mush that passes for an oil and butter-laden dish.

Meghan's favourite food, pasta, is banned from menus at Buckingham Palace (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan Markle's best Instagram snaps


The Queen has banned Meghan Markle’s favourite ‘filthy, sexy’ food from Buckingham Palace

Link copied

Queen and Meghan Markle share a giggle at royal engagement

When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they'll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Meghan Markle, 36, had made some big changes since becoming the Duchess of Sussex, to her appearance, lifestyle and eating habits.

Along with being banned from eating her favourite seafood on royal tours and garlic when in the company of the Queen, she has also had to give up another of her favourite meals.

According to royal chef Darren McGrady, pasta, rice and potatoes are all banned from the menu at Buckingham Palace.

The carb ban is a personal choice of the Queen&rsquos, who prefers not to put them on the menu.

Pasta is reportedly one of Meghan Markle&rsquos favourite foods, telling food magazine The New Potato in 2013 that a &ldquoleisurely dinner of seafood and pasta&rdquo was one of her favourite meal options.

Related articles

Meghan Markle: The Queen has banned the Duchess&rsquo favourite food that she once described as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo

Darren revealed the Queen&rsquos no-carb preferences during an interview with Recipe Plus, saying she stays well clear of pasta and has never had rice or potatoes on the palace menu.

One royal that will surely be missing the Italian dish is Meghan, who along with being a self-confessed pasta lover, has also devised her own pasta recipes.

During an interview with Delish.com, Meghan revealed her go-to meal, a pasta dish containing slow-cooked courgette.

The 36-year-old referred to the dish as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo, coining it as one of her favourite recipes.

The dish is made by slow-cooking courgettes for at least four hours, turning them into a delectable mush that passes for an oil and butter-laden dish.

Meghan's favourite food, pasta, is banned from menus at Buckingham Palace (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan Markle's best Instagram snaps


The Queen has banned Meghan Markle’s favourite ‘filthy, sexy’ food from Buckingham Palace

Link copied

Queen and Meghan Markle share a giggle at royal engagement

When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they'll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Meghan Markle, 36, had made some big changes since becoming the Duchess of Sussex, to her appearance, lifestyle and eating habits.

Along with being banned from eating her favourite seafood on royal tours and garlic when in the company of the Queen, she has also had to give up another of her favourite meals.

According to royal chef Darren McGrady, pasta, rice and potatoes are all banned from the menu at Buckingham Palace.

The carb ban is a personal choice of the Queen&rsquos, who prefers not to put them on the menu.

Pasta is reportedly one of Meghan Markle&rsquos favourite foods, telling food magazine The New Potato in 2013 that a &ldquoleisurely dinner of seafood and pasta&rdquo was one of her favourite meal options.

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Meghan Markle: The Queen has banned the Duchess&rsquo favourite food that she once described as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo

Darren revealed the Queen&rsquos no-carb preferences during an interview with Recipe Plus, saying she stays well clear of pasta and has never had rice or potatoes on the palace menu.

One royal that will surely be missing the Italian dish is Meghan, who along with being a self-confessed pasta lover, has also devised her own pasta recipes.

During an interview with Delish.com, Meghan revealed her go-to meal, a pasta dish containing slow-cooked courgette.

The 36-year-old referred to the dish as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo, coining it as one of her favourite recipes.

The dish is made by slow-cooking courgettes for at least four hours, turning them into a delectable mush that passes for an oil and butter-laden dish.

Meghan's favourite food, pasta, is banned from menus at Buckingham Palace (Image: Getty Images)

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The Queen has banned Meghan Markle’s favourite ‘filthy, sexy’ food from Buckingham Palace

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Meghan Markle, 36, had made some big changes since becoming the Duchess of Sussex, to her appearance, lifestyle and eating habits.

Along with being banned from eating her favourite seafood on royal tours and garlic when in the company of the Queen, she has also had to give up another of her favourite meals.

According to royal chef Darren McGrady, pasta, rice and potatoes are all banned from the menu at Buckingham Palace.

The carb ban is a personal choice of the Queen&rsquos, who prefers not to put them on the menu.

Pasta is reportedly one of Meghan Markle&rsquos favourite foods, telling food magazine The New Potato in 2013 that a &ldquoleisurely dinner of seafood and pasta&rdquo was one of her favourite meal options.

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Meghan Markle: The Queen has banned the Duchess&rsquo favourite food that she once described as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo

Darren revealed the Queen&rsquos no-carb preferences during an interview with Recipe Plus, saying she stays well clear of pasta and has never had rice or potatoes on the palace menu.

One royal that will surely be missing the Italian dish is Meghan, who along with being a self-confessed pasta lover, has also devised her own pasta recipes.

During an interview with Delish.com, Meghan revealed her go-to meal, a pasta dish containing slow-cooked courgette.

The 36-year-old referred to the dish as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo, coining it as one of her favourite recipes.

The dish is made by slow-cooking courgettes for at least four hours, turning them into a delectable mush that passes for an oil and butter-laden dish.

Meghan's favourite food, pasta, is banned from menus at Buckingham Palace (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan Markle's best Instagram snaps


The Queen has banned Meghan Markle’s favourite ‘filthy, sexy’ food from Buckingham Palace

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Queen and Meghan Markle share a giggle at royal engagement

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Meghan Markle, 36, had made some big changes since becoming the Duchess of Sussex, to her appearance, lifestyle and eating habits.

Along with being banned from eating her favourite seafood on royal tours and garlic when in the company of the Queen, she has also had to give up another of her favourite meals.

According to royal chef Darren McGrady, pasta, rice and potatoes are all banned from the menu at Buckingham Palace.

The carb ban is a personal choice of the Queen&rsquos, who prefers not to put them on the menu.

Pasta is reportedly one of Meghan Markle&rsquos favourite foods, telling food magazine The New Potato in 2013 that a &ldquoleisurely dinner of seafood and pasta&rdquo was one of her favourite meal options.

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Meghan Markle: The Queen has banned the Duchess&rsquo favourite food that she once described as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo

Darren revealed the Queen&rsquos no-carb preferences during an interview with Recipe Plus, saying she stays well clear of pasta and has never had rice or potatoes on the palace menu.

One royal that will surely be missing the Italian dish is Meghan, who along with being a self-confessed pasta lover, has also devised her own pasta recipes.

During an interview with Delish.com, Meghan revealed her go-to meal, a pasta dish containing slow-cooked courgette.

The 36-year-old referred to the dish as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo, coining it as one of her favourite recipes.

The dish is made by slow-cooking courgettes for at least four hours, turning them into a delectable mush that passes for an oil and butter-laden dish.

Meghan's favourite food, pasta, is banned from menus at Buckingham Palace (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan Markle's best Instagram snaps


The Queen has banned Meghan Markle’s favourite ‘filthy, sexy’ food from Buckingham Palace

Link copied

Queen and Meghan Markle share a giggle at royal engagement

When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they'll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Meghan Markle, 36, had made some big changes since becoming the Duchess of Sussex, to her appearance, lifestyle and eating habits.

Along with being banned from eating her favourite seafood on royal tours and garlic when in the company of the Queen, she has also had to give up another of her favourite meals.

According to royal chef Darren McGrady, pasta, rice and potatoes are all banned from the menu at Buckingham Palace.

The carb ban is a personal choice of the Queen&rsquos, who prefers not to put them on the menu.

Pasta is reportedly one of Meghan Markle&rsquos favourite foods, telling food magazine The New Potato in 2013 that a &ldquoleisurely dinner of seafood and pasta&rdquo was one of her favourite meal options.

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Meghan Markle: The Queen has banned the Duchess&rsquo favourite food that she once described as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo

Darren revealed the Queen&rsquos no-carb preferences during an interview with Recipe Plus, saying she stays well clear of pasta and has never had rice or potatoes on the palace menu.

One royal that will surely be missing the Italian dish is Meghan, who along with being a self-confessed pasta lover, has also devised her own pasta recipes.

During an interview with Delish.com, Meghan revealed her go-to meal, a pasta dish containing slow-cooked courgette.

The 36-year-old referred to the dish as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo, coining it as one of her favourite recipes.

The dish is made by slow-cooking courgettes for at least four hours, turning them into a delectable mush that passes for an oil and butter-laden dish.

Meghan's favourite food, pasta, is banned from menus at Buckingham Palace (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan Markle's best Instagram snaps


The Queen has banned Meghan Markle’s favourite ‘filthy, sexy’ food from Buckingham Palace

Link copied

Queen and Meghan Markle share a giggle at royal engagement

When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they'll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Meghan Markle, 36, had made some big changes since becoming the Duchess of Sussex, to her appearance, lifestyle and eating habits.

Along with being banned from eating her favourite seafood on royal tours and garlic when in the company of the Queen, she has also had to give up another of her favourite meals.

According to royal chef Darren McGrady, pasta, rice and potatoes are all banned from the menu at Buckingham Palace.

The carb ban is a personal choice of the Queen&rsquos, who prefers not to put them on the menu.

Pasta is reportedly one of Meghan Markle&rsquos favourite foods, telling food magazine The New Potato in 2013 that a &ldquoleisurely dinner of seafood and pasta&rdquo was one of her favourite meal options.

Related articles

Meghan Markle: The Queen has banned the Duchess&rsquo favourite food that she once described as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo

Darren revealed the Queen&rsquos no-carb preferences during an interview with Recipe Plus, saying she stays well clear of pasta and has never had rice or potatoes on the palace menu.

One royal that will surely be missing the Italian dish is Meghan, who along with being a self-confessed pasta lover, has also devised her own pasta recipes.

During an interview with Delish.com, Meghan revealed her go-to meal, a pasta dish containing slow-cooked courgette.

The 36-year-old referred to the dish as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo, coining it as one of her favourite recipes.

The dish is made by slow-cooking courgettes for at least four hours, turning them into a delectable mush that passes for an oil and butter-laden dish.

Meghan's favourite food, pasta, is banned from menus at Buckingham Palace (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan Markle's best Instagram snaps


The Queen has banned Meghan Markle’s favourite ‘filthy, sexy’ food from Buckingham Palace

Link copied

Queen and Meghan Markle share a giggle at royal engagement

When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they'll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Meghan Markle, 36, had made some big changes since becoming the Duchess of Sussex, to her appearance, lifestyle and eating habits.

Along with being banned from eating her favourite seafood on royal tours and garlic when in the company of the Queen, she has also had to give up another of her favourite meals.

According to royal chef Darren McGrady, pasta, rice and potatoes are all banned from the menu at Buckingham Palace.

The carb ban is a personal choice of the Queen&rsquos, who prefers not to put them on the menu.

Pasta is reportedly one of Meghan Markle&rsquos favourite foods, telling food magazine The New Potato in 2013 that a &ldquoleisurely dinner of seafood and pasta&rdquo was one of her favourite meal options.

Related articles

Meghan Markle: The Queen has banned the Duchess&rsquo favourite food that she once described as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo

Darren revealed the Queen&rsquos no-carb preferences during an interview with Recipe Plus, saying she stays well clear of pasta and has never had rice or potatoes on the palace menu.

One royal that will surely be missing the Italian dish is Meghan, who along with being a self-confessed pasta lover, has also devised her own pasta recipes.

During an interview with Delish.com, Meghan revealed her go-to meal, a pasta dish containing slow-cooked courgette.

The 36-year-old referred to the dish as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo, coining it as one of her favourite recipes.

The dish is made by slow-cooking courgettes for at least four hours, turning them into a delectable mush that passes for an oil and butter-laden dish.

Meghan's favourite food, pasta, is banned from menus at Buckingham Palace (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan Markle's best Instagram snaps


The Queen has banned Meghan Markle’s favourite ‘filthy, sexy’ food from Buckingham Palace

Link copied

Queen and Meghan Markle share a giggle at royal engagement

When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they'll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Meghan Markle, 36, had made some big changes since becoming the Duchess of Sussex, to her appearance, lifestyle and eating habits.

Along with being banned from eating her favourite seafood on royal tours and garlic when in the company of the Queen, she has also had to give up another of her favourite meals.

According to royal chef Darren McGrady, pasta, rice and potatoes are all banned from the menu at Buckingham Palace.

The carb ban is a personal choice of the Queen&rsquos, who prefers not to put them on the menu.

Pasta is reportedly one of Meghan Markle&rsquos favourite foods, telling food magazine The New Potato in 2013 that a &ldquoleisurely dinner of seafood and pasta&rdquo was one of her favourite meal options.

Related articles

Meghan Markle: The Queen has banned the Duchess&rsquo favourite food that she once described as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo

Darren revealed the Queen&rsquos no-carb preferences during an interview with Recipe Plus, saying she stays well clear of pasta and has never had rice or potatoes on the palace menu.

One royal that will surely be missing the Italian dish is Meghan, who along with being a self-confessed pasta lover, has also devised her own pasta recipes.

During an interview with Delish.com, Meghan revealed her go-to meal, a pasta dish containing slow-cooked courgette.

The 36-year-old referred to the dish as &ldquofilthy, sexy mush&rdquo, coining it as one of her favourite recipes.

The dish is made by slow-cooking courgettes for at least four hours, turning them into a delectable mush that passes for an oil and butter-laden dish.

Meghan's favourite food, pasta, is banned from menus at Buckingham Palace (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan Markle's best Instagram snaps


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