Queen Camilla shares her ideal last supper and it's not as lavish as you'd expect | The Sun

WE’VE all heard of the idiom “fit for a king” – but what last meal is fit for a queen? 

Queen Camilla’s is not as lavish as you’d expect, she revealed in an interview with her son Tom Parker Bowles.

If she had to choose a meal for her final day on earth, Camilla would choose her OWN vegetables. 

The keen gardener said she would slather her home grown asparagus with “lots of butter”, alongside potatoes, broad beans and peas. 

"My last supper would probably involve my own asparagus, with lots of butter,” she told her food critic son for a piece in You magazine. 

“Angela Hartnett’s risotto. I love her cooking. 

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“Dover sole meunière, with ratte potatoes and fresh broad beans and peas from the garden.”

While she and King Charles have dined on some of the finest cuisine in the world, they are also partial to growing their own vegetables.

The royal couple grow kale, purple sprouting broccoli, carrots, courgettes and lots of greens in the gardens of their many homes.

For her last dessert, Camilla would devour some bitter chocolate ice cream, topped with strawberries, raspberries and "lots of clotted cream". 

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When it comes to her last ever dessert, Camilla would opt for “some bitter chocolate ice-cream”.

“Plus strawberries and raspberries and lots of clotted cream,” she said. “Along with a really good glass of red claret.

“And, seeing it’s my last supper, probably two.”

On an average day, Camilla opts for a relatively plain diet that she often cooks for herself when at home, such as fish with butter and herbs. 

Despite "hating" avocados at first, she revealed that she now eats them "most days".

Reports indicate that the Queen has organised a private dinner for King Charles’ 75th birthday in November.

She is said to have invited friends and family to Highgrove, his Gloucestershire country home.

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