Queen Elizabeth II gives up alcohol completely



Queen Elizabeth II gives up alcohol completely


Jason Reed

According to Vanity Fair, citing sources in the British royal palace, Queen Elizabeth II has decided to give up alcohol completely.

According to the magazine, it took this decision based on the recommendations of doctors, and the matter is not related to any disease or health problems, but rather as general precautionary measures to preserve health.

Sources indicate that the Queen wishes to be in good shape on the 70th anniversary of her accession to the throne next summer.

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And media reports indicated that the British Queen liked drinking martinis and some other cocktails, and that her favorite alcoholic drink was gin, although she had never abused alcoholic beverages.

It is noteworthy that Queen Elizabeth II, aged 95, ascended the British throne in 1952, when she was 25 years old, and in 2015 broke the record for the duration of the rule, which belonged to Queen Victoria, who ruled Britain during 63 years and 7 months from 1837 to 1901.

Source: Vanity Fair


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