According to Travel + Leisure, Queen Elizabeth II drinks a gin and Dubonnet with lemon and ice before lunch, a wine with lunch, and a dry martini and glass of champagne at night.
That's right: her Majesty drinks a total of four different alcoholic beverages, every day.
Darren McGrady, a former royal chef, revealed to Business Insider that in the morning (that's right, the queen approves of drinking pre-12), Queen Elizabeth drinks a gin and Dubonnet cocktail with lemon and ice.
The Telegraph confirms the 91-year-old monarch often enjoys a glass of wine or Champagne with her lunch, and the queen’s late cousin, Margaret Rhodes, has said in the past that she is known to unwind with a dry martini and a glass of Champagne in the evening, reports the Independent.
We'll cheers to that!