Princess Eugenie’s Candid Revelations: Ordering Deliveroo to Kensington Palace and Navigating Royal Table Manners
In a recent episode of the Table Manners podcast hosted by Jessie Ware and her mother Lennie, Princess Eugenie shared some candid insights into her life, shedding light on her occasional indulgence in ordering Deliveroo to Kensington Palace.
The royal couple, Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank, went as far as picking up a curry from the delivery driver at the gates of the royal residence, clad in their pyjamas.
A Glimpse into Princess Eugenie’s Life: Curry Deliveries to Kensington Palace and Royal Table Manners
During the podcast, Eugenie delved into her childhood memories, recounting picnics at Balmoral during summer holidays.
Despite her royal upbringing, Eugenie disclosed that she occasionally opts for takeout on Sunday evenings when the fridge is empty, awaiting their weekly Waitrose delivery on Monday mornings.
Princess Eugenie’s Unfiltered Chat: From Takeaway Nights at Kensington Palace to Royal Table Manners
Eugenie’s conversation with the hosts covered various aspects of royal life, including her learnings on dinner etiquette from her late grandmother, Queen Elizabeth.
The princess shared amusing anecdotes about the strict ‘no-knees zone’ at the royal table, revealing the two sets of table manners she followed – one for dining with the Queen and another at home.
Dine like a Royal: Princess Eugenie’s Unique Take on Ordering Takeout and Royal Etiquette
The podcast also touched on Eugenie’s plans for her two sons, August and Ernest, and her reflections on the Queen’s corgis.
Eugenie expressed her desire to send her sons to boarding school but mentioned waiting until they are older, drawing a parallel with her husband Jack Brooksbank’s early boarding experience.
Eugenie’s Royal Insights: Takeout Nights at Kensington Palace and the Nuances of Royal Table Manners
As the podcast concluded, Eugenie responded to a question about modernizing the royal family. She emphasized that it’s not about modernization but aligning with the beliefs and values of the family members, citing King Charles and Prince William as exemplary in embodying their principles and adapting to the changing world.Share on Facebook «||» Share on Twitter «||» Share on Reddit «||» Share on LinkedIn