Queen Elizabeth’s guest ate dog biscuits – What We Know!

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One in all Queen Elizabeth‘s lunch company mistakenly ate her canine’ biscuits.

Queen Elizabeth’s visitor ate her canine’ biscuits

The 95-year-old monarch had held a gathering with then-Well being Secretary Alan Johnson and Paul Murphy, the Welsh Secretary on the time, in 2008 and invited the politicians to dine along with her afterwards.

Her company loved their meal, but it surely wasn’t till afterwards that Alan realised he had been “munching away” on treats that had been set out for the queen’s beloved corgis.

Robert Hardman wrote in his new e book ‘Queen of Our Instances’: “The 2 Cupboard ministers left in excessive spirits. We have been ready for our automobiles and Paul mentioned, ‘What an exquisite meal’. I mentioned, ‘I cherished it. I cherished each minute of it.’

“As they mentioned the meals, Johnson talked about that he had notably loved the cheese and the weird darkish biscuits. Paul mentioned, ‘No, the darkish biscuits have been for the corgis!’.

“At that time – to Alan Johnson’s everlasting amusement – it abruptly dawned on him that he had been munching away on canine snacks. ‘I don’t assume I’d had cheese with a Bonio biscuit earlier than’.”

The Privy Council assembly had taken place the day after an inquest into the 1997 demise of Princess Diana had returned a verdict of illegal killing and Alan thought it was greatest to “steer effectively clear” from discussing the 94-day listening to into the tragedy, however was shocked when the queen was eager to have a “frank” dialogue on the investigation, which had seen 278 witnesses referred to as and finally determined chauffeur Henri Paul’s “gross negligence” and the “pace and method” of pursuing paparazzi had precipitated the crash which killed Diana and her accomplice Dodi Fayed.

He mentioned within the e book: “We talked about no matter was within the information, and the dominant information was about Diana. Paul and I assumed we’d higher maintain off the topic. However the Queen talked about it in probably the most frank manner, about how the factor had run and run and run…

“At lunch, we had a whale of a time. She was good firm. It was as in the event you’d recognized her for years. Clearly, there have been the caveats that you simply understood – you don’t put your arm on her shoulder and say, ‘Let me let you know . . .’ and so forth.”

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