Details of a hidden route out of Buckingham Palace are leaked by Princess Eugenie’s husband.
PRINCESS Eugenie’s husband, Jack Brooksbank, is said to have confirmed to the existence of a hidden passage connecting Buckingham Palace to the rest of the world.
The family can slip out of one of the several secret corridors beneath the Queen’s main London house, according to the tequila salesperson, and head straight to Dukes Bar. While at a party in London hosted by his tequila business, Casamigos, Princess Eugenie’s husband allegedly disclosed information about the corridor. Dukes Bar has a five-star rating and is known for its £17 martinis, which are “one of the world’s best,” according to the New York Times. “According to a close member of the Royal Family, the Queen has a hidden booze tunnel beneath Buckingham Palace,” Sky News Australia claimed. ” Princess Eugenie’s husband recently claimed that the Palace has a secret underground passage that connects directly to a cocktail bar.
“According to The Star At a recent gathering, Jack Brooksbank revealed the knowledge to the royal editor of the Daily Mail.
Mr. Brooksbank allegedly said: ‘There is one to Dukes Bar from St. James’ Palace,’ according to Daily Mail royal editor Richard Eden. I haven’t tried it yet, but I’m interested in doing so.
“Her Majesty enjoys a martini every evening,” according to [the Queen’s]cousin Margaret Rhodes, according to Sky News Australia.
The most senior royal palace in the United Kingdom, St James’s Palace, is located just around the corner from Buckingham Palace.
Princesses Beatrice, Eugenie, and Alexandra, as well as other members of the royal family, used to live there.
When Princess Anne is in London for engagements, she uses the area as her home base.
Anne lives in Gatcombe Park with her daughter Zara Tindall and husband Mike while she is not in London.
Prince Edward, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, and their daughter Lady Louise have lately been forced to relocate to St. James’s Palace while their London house is being renovated just around the street.
Between 1531 and 1536, Henry VIII built the Palace on the site of the Hospital of St. James in Westminster.
Several royal christenings have taken place at the Palace’s chapel, Chapel Royal.
Prince George of Cambridge was christened there in 2013, and Prince Louis of Cambridge was baptised there in 2018.
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