Apparently even the royals can have a good old family spat, including the Queen and her mother!
Wayne Sleep, a legendary ballet dancer, has revealed on Celebrity Big Brother that he was present for an argument between the Queen and her late mother Queen Elizabeth at Clarence House.
Sleep reveals that the The Queen Mother, who passed away in 2002 at the age of 101, was looking for a drink at an official meeting when the Queen discovered a shocking secret her mother had been keeping.
Sleep explains, 'I think some delegate from Ghana was over and invited to Clarence House.
'And the Queen came along, just the three of them, and she went, ‘What would you like?’ She said, ‘I’d like a gin and tonic’,' Sleep continued.
'She said, ‘no worries at all’. Opened the cupboards. There were four empty gin bottles there and she turned and went, ‘Mummy!’.'
Sleep reveals that the Queen was noticeably shocked at the empty bottles.
The Queen Mother's love of gin was no secret tough. When she passed in 2002, royal fans left bottles of gin outside Buckingham Palace in lieu of flowers.
Major Colin Burgess, who worked for the Queen Mother, told the Daily Mail that when he had his first-ever meeting with her, she introduced him to a very interesting beverage.
'At noon, she had her first drink of the day — a potent mix of two parts of the fortified wine Dubonnet to one part of gin,' he revealed. 'This was followed by red wine with lunch and, very occasionally, a glass of port to end it.'
Who doesn't love a classic G&T!