70 years on the throne, this is the secret of Queen Elizabeth II’s longevity

70 years on the throne, this is the secret of Queen Elizabeth II’s longevity

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You Elizabeth II died at the age of 96, after 70 years on the throne. He became the longest-reigning head of the British Empire, beating his grandmother, Queen Victoria. What is the secret of longevity War Elizabeth II?

The things happening in the Queen’s health in the last year did not make her beauty fade. Media crews highlighted his unsullied forehead, and his unique look at every turn.

“He’s very old and a model of health and wellness,” said British cultural researcher Bryan Kozlowski. New York Post.

Here is the secret of Queen Elizabeth II’s longevity.

1. Sports




WINDSOR, UNITED KINGDOM - JUNE 02: (PUBLISHED IN HOLIDAY NEWSPAPERS UP TO 24 HOURS AFTER CREATING THE DATE AND TIME) Queen Elizabeth II is seen riding a horse in the grounds of Windsor Castle on June 2, 2006 in Windsor, England.  (Photo by Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images)When Queen Elizabeth II rode a horse. (Photo: Getty Images/Max Mumby/Indigo)

Royal historian Ingrid Seward said Queen Elizabeth II followed a “sporting mentality”. Queen Elizabeth II chose simple forms of exercise such as walking corgis.

Not only dogs, the Queen also protects horses. Horses are actually common pets among the royal family. Queen Elizabeth II regularly rides horses.

“He rides horses every day and takes advantage of this time,” a palace source said A useless job.

2. Less alcohol and snacks

Being healthy does not mean completely avoiding the type of food that is considered unhealthy. To be sure, Queen Elizabeth II still allows herself to enjoy snacks and alcohol. While enjoying the traditional afternoon tea, he drank Darjeeling with sandwiches and scones.

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“It will take the tiniest piece of bread,” says Kozlowski. “As nutritionists advise, you should give yourself permission to eat every now and then.”

But for alcohol, You Elizabeth II reportedly enjoys a gin cocktail in the morning, followed by a glass of wine or champagne after lunch and a glass of champagne with a dry martini in the evening.

3. Regular menu that does not change




England's Queen Elizabeth II reacts as she looks on during a birthday party at Windsor Castle in Windsor, England, Saturday, June 13, 2020. Queen Elizabeth II's birthday was celebrated with a smaller than as usual this year, as an annual.  The Trooping of the Color parade has been canceled amid a bout of vomiting and diarrhoea.  The Queen celebrates her 94th birthday this year.  (Toby Melville/Pool via AP)Queen Elizabeth II has the same diet every day. (Photo: AP/Toby Melville)

Perhaps for some, diversity is the key to health. But for Queen Elizabeth II, the key to fine dining is a daily menu that never changes.

Brian Hoey, author of ‘At Home with the Queen’, says Queen Elizabeth II often eats cake and Earl Gray tea when she wakes up. Then this menu is followed by toast with marmalade, yogurt and maple syrup or cereal for breakfast.

As he reported Eat This, Not That!Former head of state Darren McGrady said the Queen likes fish and vegetables for lunch, tea and cake for snacks, and fish and meat such as pheasant, venison or salmon for dinner.

4. Active skin care




A photo taken in 1945 in London shows Princess Elizabeth, Queen Elizabeth II.  (Photo from PLANET NEWS / AFP)Queen Elizabeth II was young. (Photo: PLANET NEWS / AFP)

Although she is a grandmother with many grandchildren and great-grandchildren, the beauty of Queen Elizabeth II still shines. Prince Philip also agrees.

Once he met a prince, Prince Philip joked that he never realized the beauty of his wife’s skin. But he quickly said, “It’s the same everywhere.”

Kozlowski confirmed that the Queen used products that were priced well even for the poor. She uses Cyclax products including Milk of Roses moisturizer.

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Also, she rarely wears make-up and avoids direct sunlight, so the choice of holiday destination must be far from hot Scotland.

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