The Queen loves to watch TV shows while having dinner with Prince Phillip. The list of her favorite shows and her evening routine has been revealed in the documentary “Secrets Of The Royal Kitchen,” details of which have surfaced online.

Most of the shows that the Queen likes to watch are no longer on air. The royal has a collection of DVDs of her favorite TV series, and she watches them with Prince Phillip while having dinner, Express reported.

What does the Queen like to watch? Her favorite shows include crime and drama, sitcoms, and even a popular sci-fi series that continues to be on air. The monarch watches “Doctor Who,” “Keeping Up Appearances,” “The Bill,” “Midsomer Murders,” “Last Of The Summer Wine,” and “New Tricks.”

As far as the meal the Queen has while enjoying the TV shows, she starts with some gin and dubonnet at 7 p.m. She is said to be very particular about having seasonal fruits and vegetables. The chef prepares the menu three days in advance that is checked by the royal, and she removes the dishes she doesn’t like and makes a few suggestions of her own.

Former royal chef Darren McGrady revealed that the one thing that the Queen takes very seriously is the seasonal fruit. “If you served the Queen strawberries in January, you would be sent to the Tower,” he jokingly said.

The Queen also has a bit of a sweet tooth, and she loves chocolate. McGrady previously told Hello Magazine that the monarch is “absolutely a chocoholic.” Her favorite is chocolate perfection pie.

For the main course, the Queen prefers fillet steak with a mushroom whisky sauce, smoked salmon, and Gaelic steak. She also likes French food like “halibut on a bed of spinach with a Morney sauce.” Although the monarch has specific tastes when it comes to food, McGrady revealed that she is not really a foodie.

Prnce Charles, Queen Elizabeth, Princess Anne
Prince Charles, Prince of Wales; Queen Elizabeth II; and Princess Anne, Princess Royal, attend the 2018 Braemar Highland Gathering at the Princess Royal and Duke of Fife Memorial Park on Sept. 1, 2018, in Braemar, Scotland. Samir Hussein/Samir Hussein/WireImage

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