Facts Proves That Even Queen Has Strange Habits

Blog By mariam  |  08-11-18

Some of her habits have logical explanations.

Queens never travels without her own personal pack of blood.

Queens never travels without her own personal pack of blood.

There is always the queen’s medical practitioner while going on a trip. She also has to carry a bulky medical bag containing an emergency medicine. Queen Elizabeth's personal pack of blood which will be used for a transfusion if necessary.


Cannot Open Windows

Cannot Open Windows

Not all but just certain windows in Buckingham Palace. The point is that the building should look perfect from the outside. Opening windows from its front side can ruin the view.


They Hate Ice

They Hate Ice

Queen Elizabeth II hates the sound of ice cubes inside her glass. They say it was Prince Philip who invented the special machine that makes spherical ice for his wife.


Portable hook in her bag

Portable hook in her bag

Queen keep this hook under tables to hang her bag on it. This is important because she sends signals to her servants with her bag. For instance, if the bag is on the floor it is a sign of she wants to leave. But the bag hanging on the hook means nothing.


She has numbers for all her outfits

She has numbers for all her outfits

Each queen has lots of outfits and each has its number and a certain record which says where and when she wore this exact outfit. They prefer bright colors.


She never eats soup and potatoes.

 She never eats soup and potatoes.

These dishes are served in Buckingham Palace but when the queen has dinner alone no one would dare to bring her soup and potatoes.


She loves raspberries

She loves raspberries

Queen's favorite fruit is Raspberries. She can’t eat them in public because their seeds can get stuck in teeth which is unacceptable.


She has a special servant to break her shoes in.

She has a special servant to break her shoes in.

Although Elizabeth II has similar shoes of the same brand for many years, she still doesn’t want to experience the discomfort that new shoes usually bring.









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