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The Queen steps out for lunch at her favourite London hotel.


Her Majesty was all smiles as she paid a visit to her favourite London hotel on Tuesday afternoon. She was looking as regal as ever.

She was dressed impeccably in a pale blue tweed suit.

The Queen was spotted leaving The Goring in Belgravia carrying her classic Launer handbag. Although, this time there was one more thing.

There appeared to be a small Christmas present tucked inside a festive gift bag.

The reason for her visit has not been confirmed. However, the Daily Mail notes that Queen Elizabeth has hosted a private Christmas party for senior members of her staff at the hotel in recent years.

This makes sense. As Angela Kelly and Terry Pendry, Stud Groom to the Queen, were photographed leaving the hotel later on Tuesday.

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All about Queen’s favourite hotel.

The historic hotel, which is a short car drive away from Buckingham Palace. The Goring has enjoyed a special relationship with the royal family since it first opened in 1910.

The Queen Mother is said to have been a fan of a dish known as ‘Eggs Drumkilbo’. It’s a lobster and egg-based dish that remains one of the most popular dishes in The Dining Room. 

Well, this hotel is not only the preference of Her Majesty.

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In 2011, the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate spent the night before her wedding in the royal suite. Two years later, The Goring became the only hotel to have been appointed a Royal Warrant for its hospitality services.

This isn’t the only London establishment to welcome royal visitors. In the year 2017, Queen Elizabeth stepped out for dinner at The Ivy.

Other hotel which is among the favourite list of the 92 year-old monarch’s list is Bellamy’s. It is a French brasserie in Mayfair ad is said to be another of her favourite dining spots.