If someone thinks that Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, will not need anything and nothing to worry about, then it’s not. There are traditions of entire generations of the royal family, which limit many things. It is difficult to be a gourmet, for members of the royal family, it is forbidden, for example – to consume garlic.
The revulsion of Queen Elizabeth for garlic has long been known to the public. “We can never cook anything with garlic or with too much onions,” said the royal chef, Darren McGrady, earlier. “The queen never had garlic in the menu.”
However, Markle does not just indulge the tastes of his new grandmother: the royal family avoids garlic for a more practical purpose – in order to avoid bad breath. The document says that the royal family adheres to a similar rule regarding the use of crustaceans during official visits for the same pragmatic reason: to be sure that food poisoning is not included in their plans.
However, Markle, who loved dishes with garlic before, is allowed to consume garlic if she is for a long time alone. So I want to ask, really, if you can not eat garlic, the title of the duchess is worth it?