Queen Elizabeth Can’t Get Drunk On Wine, But Can Get Screwed Down On A Glass Of Water

Should Queen Elizabeth be serving the public the Royal Truth martini? Sadly, no. Although we’ve all heard several stories about the Queen enjoying a gin & tonic or a gin martini with a splash…

Queen Elizabeth Can’t Get Drunk On Wine, But Can Get Screwed Down On A Glass Of Water

Should Queen Elizabeth be serving the public the Royal Truth martini?

Sadly, no. Although we’ve all heard several stories about the Queen enjoying a gin & tonic or a gin martini with a splash of Coke, Britain’s oldest female monarch cannot imbibe. According to the latest news, Her Majesty must adhere to the regulations on the amount of alcohol she can consume. And we mean only the small tips.

Elizabeth enjoys a traditional soft drink during her early morning walk, and to stay hydrated, she’s always got a bottle of water with her. But in the evening?

The news comes from a national safety news site that reports that during her on-duty break, the Queen is unable to imbibe – because she is above the age of binge drinking. The article cites the strict guidelines set by the Royal Household’s alcohol-handling doctor, who refuses to allow the Queen to drink until she passes a certain drinking test.

According to the website Drinkaware, when someone is above the drink-driving limit, it’s okay to drink on the job. For example, you can drink water, coffee or tea in the break room or be seen to be drinking on break from work. Otherwise, you can be prosecuted.

The Food Standards Agency also discourages binge drinking. For example, before getting behind the wheel, you should make sure you’ve eaten at least three small meals. If you’re drinking regularly, you may want to consider eating more than one meal.

Should the Queen start skipping the gin martini?

Whichever way you lean, we’re guessing you’re not eager to see her pop open a bottle of wine, either.

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