Her royal frugality! Queen uses & # 39; second-hand & # 39; cutlery, beds and linen in Buckingham Palace, claims actress Joanna Lumley
- Joanna Lumley, 73, tries to reduce her use of plastic and gave tips to others
- Actress mentioned Her Majesty as an inspiration for her sustainable way of life
- She joked: "If it's good enough for the queen, darling, it's good enough for me."
The queen uses & # 39; second-hand & # 39; cutlery, beds and linen in Buckingham Palace, according to actress Joanna Lumley.
The 73-year-old, who revealed that she is trying to reduce her use of plastic, has praised the Monarch, 93, for including sustainable living in her daily routine.
& # 39; People say: & # 39; You need new things & # 39; [but] if you stay in Buckingham Palace – guess, & # 39; Joanna said to her Good housekeeping.
& # 39; You eat second-hand knives and forks, the bed you sleep in is second-hand, the bedding is second-hand – and that is Buckingham Palace. & # 39;
& # 39; So if it's good enough for the queen, darling, it's good enough for me. & # 39;
Actress Joanna Lumley, 73, revealed that the queen cutlery, beds and linens & # 39; second-hand & # 39; used at Buckingham Palace, pictured, Her Majesty during the Braemar Royal Highland Gathering at the Princess Royal and Duke of Fife Memorial Park, Braemar on September 7, 2019
The award winning actress joked that & # 39; if it's good enough for the queen, it's good enough for me. & # 39; In the photo Joanna Lumley visits the BAFTA Film Gala at The Savoy Hotel on February 8, 2019 in London
The BAFTA-winning actress, who plays the iconic role of Patsy in Ab Fab, further explained that she contributes to the environment by wearing & # 39; everything 120 times & # 39 ;.
Joanna gave her tips about the tips for sustainable living that she swears by, and also revealed that she reuses contaminated bottles and never throws food away.
& # 39; I come from an era where you tend to reuse, you do it and you restore & # 39 ;, she told the publication.
And it seems that the Queen and TV King Joanna are not the only two who want to help the environment in any way.
Joanna Lumley explained: & # 39; You eat second-hand knives and forks, the bed you sleep in is second-hand, the bedding is second-hand – and that is Buckingham Palace. & # 39; Pictured, Buckingham Palace, the London residence of Her Majesty the Queen of England
Prince Charles, 71, last year discussed the use of Highgrove nettles to make dust with the designers and then invited them to his estate to pick more than 3,000
Last month it was revealed that Prince Charles, 71, formed an unlikely collaboration with Vin and Omi from the & # 39; 80's punk designers to launch a sustainable fashion line made from the nettles of his Highgrove estate.
The Prince of Wales met the fashion designers last May as part of the Positive Fashion initiative, where he mentioned the use of nettles to make sustainable fabric, and said he & # 39; many & # 39; had at Highgrove.
Shortly thereafter, Vin + Omi said they were surprised to be invited to Highgrove to pick the nettles, and then made ten pieces of clothing from the material, which they will show during London Fashion Week.
Meanwhile, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle have been confronted with recent criticism after taking four private jet journeys in 11 days to and from Nice and Ibiza, instead of opting for commercial flights – despite the fact that they expressed themselves environmental issues.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle received criticism last month after four private jet journeys in 11 days. Depicted at the European premiere of The Lion King at Odeon Leicester Square in London on July 14, 2019
Harry and wife Meghan opted for private jets instead of commercial flights, despite the fact that they spoke about the environment
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