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There are many protocols that the British royals are expected to follow, and this extends to the food they eat, too. Apparently, the Queen and other senior royals, including Prince Charles, Prince William and Kate, are all advised against eating shellfish due to its risk of carrying a foodborne illness. The family is also advised to avoid rare meat, overly-exotic or spicy dishes and drinking tap water in foreign country, all as a preventative measure to avoid illness and food poisoning. The restrictions may prove problematic for Prince Harry's fiancée Meghan Markle, who is a self-proclaimed foodie and loves seafood,
Guy Ritchie has made a foray into the beer industry after launching his very own brewery. The film director has transformed an old converted barn on his farm on the Dorset/ Wiltshire border into the Gritchie Brewing Company, and his first beer is already available to buy. The new beer, the English Lore four per cent pale ale, is now being sold in pubs close to his expansive country estate. Guy has showcased his team's work on the brewery's official website and social media pages, explaining that the 20 barrel brewery produces beer using the "old traditional method", and Maris Otter
It's safe to say that the A-list guests at this year's EE BAFTA Film Awards are in for a treat. The chefs at the Grosvenor House Hotel will be creating the delicious three-course feast, celebrating the very best of British produce with a contemporary twist. The likes of Gary Oldman, Saoirse Ronan, Margot Robbie are among the global names expected to be served on the night. This year, Grosvenor House's Executive Chef Nigel Boschetti has teamed up with Anton Mangaaro, Head Chef of BAFTA 195 Piccadilly, to create the delicious menu, which will feature a vegan starter - a