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Would You Pass Dinner With The Royal Family?


  1. The family members enter the room in order of ascendency to the throne, meaning the Queen enters first, then Prince Charles, then Prince William, and so on.


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  2. When dining with the royal family, fold your napkin in half and place it on your lap, then wipe your mouth with the inside of the napkin. This technique keeps things from getting messy!


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  3. Hold your knife in your right hand and your fork in your left hand — make sure the tines of your fork are facing down!


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  4. Garlic is off-limits! The Queen doesn’t like the family to eat it because of how it makes one’s breath smell.


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  5. Pasta is generally only for special occasions, shellfish is generally avoided to avoid risk of food poisoning, and the chefs are instructed not to serve anything with too many onions. Grilled salmon however, is perfectly acceptable!


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  6. No crossing legs at the table! Your legs and knees must be kept together.


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  7. Fork and knife crossed over the plate signals that the person is not done eating. In contrast, the fork and knife laid across plate with handles pointed to the bottom right signals that they are done.


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  8. Use your thumb and index finger to hold the top of the cup handle and use your middle finger to support the bottom of the cup.


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  9. Chocolate biscuit cake is the Queen’s favorite dessert, according to former royal chef Darren McGrady.


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  10. Nobody leaves the table until the Queen is done!


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