Former royal chef Darren McGrady revealed some of Queen Elizabeth’s dietary preferences, including her preferred breakfast and the number of alcoholic drinks she has per day. He also revealed the one thing she will not eat: garlic.

Darren McGrady was formerly the personal chef of Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Diana and Princes William and Harry. He worked in the family’s kitchen for 15 years and has also cooked for five US presidents.

“Breakfast was very simple for Her Majesty,” he said. “Some Kellogg’s cereal from a plastic container, which she’d serve herself. And some Darjeeling tea.”

Other dietary preferences of the 91-year-old monarch include a love of always traveling with a slice of her favorite chocolate biscuit cake. McGrady also said the Queen loves dark chocolate. The Queen is also said to have eaten fruit off a marble plate with three gold horses, encrusted with diamonds, rubies, sapphires and emeralds.

McGrady also spoke about the Queen’s fruit-eating habits, saying she slices her bananas to eat them with a fork and she cuts the tops off pears to scoop out their insides with a spoon.

McGrady reportedly said Queen Elizabeth drank a gin and Dubonnet with a slice of lemon and ice before lunch. Immediately after lunch, she allegedly drinks a glass of wine. According to her cousin Margaret Rhodes, the Queen drinks a dry gin martini at lunch. She also has a glass of champagne before bed. If the Queen actually consumes these alcoholic drinks each day, that puts her at six units of alcohol per day, making her a binge drinker in the eyes of the government.

McGrady later spoke to CNN, saying his accent and bad phone connection led to a miscommunication about the Queen’s daily alcohol intake.

“All I said was she likes a gin and Dubonnet. That’s her favorite drink. She doesn’t wake up in the morning and have a large gin and tonic,” he said. “She certainly doesn’t drink four glasses a day.”