There’s a Snack Princess Charlotte Just Can’t olive without.
Charlotte, who turned 8 on Tuesday, has quite the sophisticated palate for being so young.
In a recently resurfaced report, the princess’s mother, Kate Middleton, divulged that her daughter loves to eat olives, according to the Mirror.
Middleton first made the statement during a 2019 event at Lavender Primary School in England, according to the Daily Mail, telling the class, “Charlotte loves olives.”
Olives are famous for being packed with nutrients, vitamin E, and healthy fats.
While visiting the school, the mum-of-three also revealed that Charlotte and her older brother, 9-year-old George, like to cook with her, and they especially love making cheesy pasta.
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When it comes to the diets of the other royal children, Middleton gave some insight in a 2019 BBC Christmas special called “A Berry Royal Christmas,” where she teamed up with expert baker Mary Berry to whip up some seasonal foods for those who They work with various women’s charities.
“We have carrots, beans, beets, a big favourite, Louis loves beets,” she told Berry of her youngest son, now 5.
The kids also love to eat steaks and shakes, according to the Mirror, and it seems their love of fruit runs in the family. Last year, Darren McGrady, Queen Elizabeth’s former chef, revealed that the late monarch loved to eat jam sandwiches during tea.
McGrady said in a video on her YouTube channel that she had been eating jam sandwiches since she was a child and continued the tradition well into adulthood.
He also loved to eat berries, but only if they were fresh.
Elizabeth, who died in September, loved gin drinks and strawberry-and-cream desserts at her garden parties.
Meanwhile, her son Charles enjoys a diet that’s part vegan, eating at least one meal a week that doesn’t include dairy or meat.
His dietary choices informed the official dish of his upcoming coronation ceremony: the coronation quiche.
The dish was announced by Buckingham Palace in April and features a mix of spinach, broad beans, cheese and tarragon.
It was a meal handpicked by the King and Queen Consort Camilla, according to the announcement, and people are encouraged to prepare it during coronation weekend celebrations.
The king’s coronation ceremony is scheduled for Saturday at Westminster Abbey and will mark the official transfer of power to the king following the death of his mother, who reigned for 70 years.
The event will be star-studded and will include performances by Lionel Richie, Katy Perry and Andrea Bocelli.
King Charles’ son, Prince Harry, will also attend the event after weeks of speculation, but he won’t be bringing his wife, Meghan Markle, across the pond with him.
A royal biographer recently claimed that Markle skipped the festivities to “protect her peace.”
Harry’s relationship with the family has been strained in recent years, especially with the January release of his tell-all memoir, “Spare.”