King Charles II’s daily diet: seeds, boiled eggs, and the meal he never eats

Georgia Brown

At 73, most people are looking forward to or already enjoying retirement, but the newly hired King Charles IIIHis biggest career achievement has just begun.

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Delay Queen Elizabeth IIThe eldest son will need to provide himself with meals rich in nutrients in order to maintain his energy for the coming weeks and months. Fortunately, Charles and his wife Camilla, Queen Consort They are used to attending regular engagements and events on behalf of the royal family.

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We’ve discovered King Charles breakfasts, dinner favorites, signature mealtime orders, and the one meal he’s never eaten below…

What does King Charles III eat for breakfast?

King Charles and his wife Camilla keep their chickens at the Gloucestershire family’s Highgrove House, so it’s no surprise that fresh eggs are on the royal couple’s breakfast menu.

Royal family members enjoy fresh eggs from their residence in Highgrove

Clarence House’s official Instagram memorably shared one of Charles’ favorite brunch recipes – cheesy baked eggs – that looked absolutely delicious.

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It’s a protein-packed starter for the king! In the book of royal journalist Tina BrownPalace Leaves‘, The King’s exotic appetite for nuts and seeds was also revealed in the morning.

Tina writes about the time a guest was checking out the breakfast buffet at Highgrove “When he raised his salad that showcased Charles’ favorite pile of flaxseed.”

Tina Tina: “Prince William said, ‘Oh no, don’t come near the bird’s table, Stephen, that’s just bae.”

What does King Charles III eat for lunch?

It is known that the son of the Queen does not eat lunch. The king’s abnormal eating pattern was acknowledged by Clarence House in a list of 70 facts released for the king (formerly Prince Charles) 70th birthday. Without explanation, number 20 on the list is: “The Prince Doesn’t Eat Lunch.”

King Charles prefers to skip the midday meal

According to former royal correspondent Gordon Rayner, the father-of-two believes lunch is a “luxury” that conflicts with his busy work schedule.

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What does King Charles III eat for dinner?

Charles and Camilla are known to enjoy gardening and hearty meals using fresh produce – many of which are produced on their own property.

Charles is also a staunch advocate of sustainability and chooses to eat a primarily plant-based diet in order to reduce his carbon footprint. “For years I didn’t eat meat and fish on two days a week nor did I eat dairy on one day a week,” King told the BBC in 2021.

Royals choose vegetarian meals regularly

Talking to Hello!Graham Tinsley MBE, former manager of the Welsh Culinary Team, confirmed one of King’s famous dining adventures, explaining that he has a boiled egg with every meal.

“[King] Charles doesn’t like chocolate, coffee, or garlic. Graham explained, so we have to keep these things in mind when creating his menu. “Prince requires a side salad for every meal – and this one was very delicate.”

Charles is a fan of the spoiled egg – a boiled egg that was cooked for only two to three minutes, and an unusual delicacy was always on the menu for him.

The king has some special food quirks

“A hard-boiled egg usually takes about five minutes. So imagine this spoiled egg…it will be very, very tender.

Prince Charles ordered a spoiled egg that had been peeled and hidden under the salad leaves. Then mash the salad leaves into the eggs to make a dressing – like mayonnaise.

What does King Charles III drink?

Sunday times I previously mentioned that King liked tea made from loose tea leaves in a teapot, “with the ration being one teaspoon of the leaves per tea cup, plus one for the pot.”

Not a Yorkshire tea bag in sight then! When drinking green tea, the Queen’s son also asks his water to be heated to 70°C, while Earl Gray tea should be hot at 100°C.

What Charles lacks in sweetness from his aversion to chocolate, King makes up for in heaping spoonfuls of organic honey—which he’s said to add straight to his teapot.

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