The royal family's Christmas dinner looks delicious! Well, if you like traditional British food such as roast turkey, vegetables, and sweets that are on fire.
As Us Food reports, the Windsors, who are -- for the most part -- a family of classic tastes when it comes to food (Queen Elizabeth loves Corn Flakes for breakfast, for example), carry that tradition of enjoying traditional fare when it comes to their Christmas dinner.
A Traditional English Breakfast
In the U.S., Christmas morning is all about the kids rushing to open up the presents Santa left under the tree. Breakfast is an afterthought. Not so for the royal family: they'll open up their presents later that day. First, they'll have a traditional English breakfast (bacon, sausages, eggs, beans, tomatoes) and then head to church.
Appetizer: Jam Pennies
The traditional Windsor Christmas day snack is a cookie called a "jam penny," and you may have seen one in your grandmother's pantry at some point in your life. The butter cookies have a center of jam, which was traditionally about the size of the English penny coin.
Jam pennies are traditionally enjoyed with wine, but at least one pregnant woman will be at the table that day. Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, will likely be enjoying tea with hers.