New and exclusive to True Royalty.
From a King who deserted his country to In-laws selling stories to the press; you can choose your friends but not your family even when you are the Queen of England.
Very lively debate.
Elizabeth Bowes Lyon was born in Scotland at the end of the Victorian era. When she died in 2002 aged 102 her remarkable life had spanned the entire twentieth century, and as Queen, mother and Royal great-grandmother she became a cornerstone of the British monarchy.
The dishes on show include a favourite of Princess Diana cooked by her former chef Carolyn Robb, a chocolate soufflé said to be enjoyed by Prince Philip and an extravagant first course named after Queen Victoria's beloved husband Albert. All taste just as wonderful today.