Princess Margaret’s decadent daytime routine has royal fans going wild after it resurfaced on social media.
A glimpse of the late royal’s decadent schedule has been shared several times on X/Twitter in recent days, leaving people in awe of her lavish lifestyle and aspiring to emulate the routine in their own lives.
The routine, which involved lying flat for two hours after waking up at 9am and a small drink of vodka as soon as evening arrived, has proven incredibly popular with X users.
Some have even joked that the royal’s routine, which he is believed to have followed in his 20s, has overtaken MasterChef judge Gregg Wallace, who sent the internet into meltdown last week with his account of a typical Saturday.
Princess Margaret’s Average Day, which was recorded around 1955, originally appeared in Ma’am Darling: 99 Glimpses of Princess Margaret, written by Craig Brown.
An excerpt from Princess Margaret’s daytime routine has resurfaced on social media, leaving people in awe of her luxurious but peaceful mornings.
The book explains how, around the age of 25, Princess Margaret adopted a luxurious routine that reflected her taste for the finer things in life.
The day began with a meal that was brought to him in bed. At the time he is believed to have been living with his mother, the Queen Mother, at Clarence House.
He then spent two hours listening to the radio and reading newspapers while smoking non-stop, often leaving the newspapers scattered on the floor.
At 11 a.m., Margaret took an hour’s bath, prepared by a maid, before doing her hair and makeup at her vanity table.
The late royal’s routine includes a vodka “pick me up” shortly after midday and an hour-long bath.
The royal lunches included continental cheese, a selection of fruit and a bottle of wine shared with the Queen Mother.
The book continues: “As one might imagine of a princess, she never wore any of her clothes more than once before cleaning them.”
Exhausted in the morning, Margaret went downstairs for a “stimulating vodka” before a four-course lunch with the Queen Mother.
The average lunch is said to have included “half a bottle of wine per person plus “fruit and half a dozen different varieties of native and continental cheeses.”
The excerpt first appeared online in 2017 when a fan posted it on X/Twitter.
However, it has resurfaced after being posted again on Sunday, with the caption: “I think we can agree that the late Princess Margaret’s daily routine is one we all aspire to.”
Responding to the agenda, people revealed their admiration for the princess and her relaxed lifestyle.
One person said: “Princess Margaret walked so Gregg Wallace could run.”
Another, also referencing the MasterChef judge’s Saturday morning routine that starts at 5am, joked: “None of this gets to the gym half an hour before it opens,” referring to Gregg’s very early start to the end. of week.
One reader who desperately wanted to capture routine in his own life said: ‘I aspire to live like this. I am an aristocrat trapped in the body of a peasant.
An excerpt from a biography of the late royal, Ma’am Darling: 99 Glimpses of Princess Margaret, has resurfaced.
In even more references to Gregg’s Saturday morning routine, some asked when Princess Margaret managed to fit in a trip to Harvester (where the MasterChef judge eats breakfast) or a Total War gaming session.
Most readers were amazed by the late royal’s routine, declaring that they aspired to “be more Princess Margaret” and describing her as “inspiring”.
The princess, who was Queen Elizabeth’s younger sister, was known to smoke up to 60 strong Chesterfield cigarettes a day, chain-smoke between courses during meals and drink a lot of Famous Grouse whiskey at home.
Although he sometimes liked a gin and tonic or a glass of wine, his favorite drink was whiskey, more specifically Famous Grouse with a splash of water.
It was said that Margaret was quick to notice if any other brand of whiskey had been poured into her glass and refused to drink it.
He also insisted that only Malvern Water was acceptable as a mixer.
In his controversial biography, Margaret – The Untold Story, Noel Botham said that a jug of Grouse was always present on the drinks tray in Margaret’s Clarence House flat during the 1950s, and that she would take a drink before leaving. at night. .
Margaret Set was often invited back after a night on the town, but, as the champagne flowed, she preferred her favorite whiskey and water: “it was the only drink she really enjoyed that night,” Botham wrote.
The hosts were informed that Famous Grouse and Malvern Water should always be available to her, no matter the time, place or occasion.