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Title : Christmas Dinner For The Queen Is Literally A Military Operation | The Royal Story | Yahoo Style UK
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The British people struggle to pay their mortgages, rent and put food on the table. Then they get the “privilege” to view the Royals lavish ceremonies, from behind iron gates, while standing in the rain - all the while, chanting “God Save the Queen” as she drives by in a £6 MILLION Carriage. A carriage that the British people paid for, that they’ll never get to ride in. Then the British people buy souvenirs and Royal junk, with the little money they have left over, after they’ve paid taxes, to fill the Royal pockets even further... and they’re happy to do it. 🤔
No disrespect but I don't think that I would care for any of the Queen's Christine everything she might have on her menu and especially since I love garlic and she hates it. I can just about imagine all of the wild meats that they catch especially during the holidays no thank you no thank you.
While I was looking forward to the actual subject of this video, the only thing that froze in my brain was his comment that Diana was all alone, on Christmas Day, going into the refrigerator, to have a meal, while she sacrificed being with her children on Christmas Day, in order for them to be with the RF, as it was their heritage. Always taking the high road for her children, even at her own sacrifice.
I wonder if Chuckles ever thought about insisting that the boys be with their mother on Christmas Day? No of course not, bc that sod couldn’t treat his wife lovingly when they were married, so why change after they’re divorced?
I wonder if he would have EVER treated that trollop Camilla like this? Ohhhh, that’s right, he never did, actually he wanted to be her tampon........
A little history lesson: The army being in charge of the safety and transport of the cooking equipment...it harpers back to ancient fears of being assassinated by poisoning. There were so many poisoning attempts on the Royal Family over the centuries, it's no wonder they treat the making of the Christmas Dinner as a military operation since Christmas was prime time for such attempts. This is why the job of the Royal Taste Tester phased out.
On a brighter note: Darren realizing he's actually making meals for the Queen's horse and dogs. Yes, the animals are part of the Royal Family too.