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David Beckham is enjoying spending some quality time with his son Brooklyn while he is back in the UK. The father and son enjoyed a "lunch date" together at Mayfair restaurant, Gymkhana, on Monday, with the pair sharing photos from their meal on social media. The proud dad posted a snap of himself and Brooklyn together in the restaurant on Instagram, writing: "Lunch date @brooklynbeckham." They both also took to Instagram Stories to share photos of their meals – with David appearing to tuck into some tandoori chicken served with an array of sauces. David Beckham enjoyed a 'lunch date' with son
With preparations for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big day no doubt in full swing, we have decided to take a look back at some of the traditions used in past royal weddings. Following in the footsteps of Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, the nuptials will take place at St. George's Chapel in Windsor castle. The guest list will include fellow royals, foreign leaders, church officials and celebrities with Meghan carrying a bouquet made up of myrtle - a tradition set by Queen Victoria. But what about the catering? As food trends change throughout the years, so does
Do you slather your scone with cream and then add a dollop of jam, or spread the jam first and then top it off with cream? The tradition of cream tea – and how it's taken – forever divides people, with many claiming that their way, whatever that is, is the 'proper' way. Former royal chef Darren McGrady, who worked for the Queen and Princess Diana, has now revealed what the royals do. Taking to Twitter to answer the contentious question, Darren wrote: "Jam first or clotted cream first? Jam first at Buckingham Palace garden parties!" Traditionally, the Cornish method