The Queen has biscuits for breakfast every morning, and crustless cucumber sandwiches each afternoon

WHETHER it's cereal or eggs, porridge or pancakes, we've all got our favourite, go-to breakfast options.

But according to one royal biographer, the Queen starts her day with a round of biscuits – and a cup of tea, of course.

Katie Nicholl has revealed that Her Maj often starts the day with a sweet treat, followed by a bowl of cereal.

Importantly, the cereal must have been stored in Tupperware to keep it fresh.

The Queen, 93, then indulges in a second breakfast ofmarmalade on toast followed by another tea.

"HRH typically starts with a simple cup of tea and biscuits, followed by a bowl of cereal famously served from Tupperware, marmalade on toast and a second cup of English Breakfast tea for breakfast," Katie explained.

"She never snacks or drinks coffee or anything until lunchtime. This will then usually consist of a light starter such as a salad, a main course such as fish and vegetables, especially Scottish salmon, and no dessert."

Katie went on to explain that during the afternoon, the Queen will take a break to enjoy cucumber sandwiches followed by a slice of fruit cake and – yep – you guessed it, tea.

"Tea is one of The Queen’s favourite meals and she religiously takes a break in the late afternoon every day for this," explained Katie.

"She enjoys a cucumber sandwich with the crusts cut off, a slice of fruit cake and a pot of Earl Grey tea.

"For dinner, HRH will usually eat a starter followed by a main course, with her favourite dish being lamb in addition to game. For dessert she indulges with a chocolate torte, which is just enough to satisfy her sweet tooth."

To celebrate season three of The Crown – which hit Netflix this weekend – Katie teamed up with Uber Eats and luxury restaurant The Baptist Grill at L'oscar hotel.

As of today, customers in London can have the Queen's limited edition menu delivered to their door, including everything Her Maj eats in a day.

It can be purchased separately or as a bundle for £115, up until 9pm.

In other royal news, we told you the Queen tipped an entire inkpot over her head during a French lesson tantrum, former governess reveals.

We also revealed the Queen ‘often drives to Frogmore Cottage’ to visit Meghan and Harry to try and keep the royals united.

And we showed you Meghan Markle and Prince Harry share unseen pic of Archie as royals wish Prince Charles a happy 71st birthday.

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