Orf with the martinis... one's going on the wagon
Daily Mirror|October 16, 2021
Royal Editor THE Queen is to quit drinking as she prepares for one of the busiest periods of her reign.
RUSSELL MYERS

The 95-year-old monarch recently chose to give up her evening martini to keep healthy.

Contrary to reports, sources suggested it was "entirely the Queen's decision" and not on the orders of royal doctors. The Queen has several important engagements coming up including next month's COP26 UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow.

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