And we'll never be royals...but according to , kicking back like the Royal Family is decidedly less expensive than we expected.
Just before lunch, The Queen drinks a glass of gin mixed with fortified wine Dubonnet, garnished with a slice of lemon. According to her cousin, Margaret Rhodes, she takes wine with lunch and indulges in a dry Martini and a glass of champagne in the evening.
The Duke of Edinburgh's preferred drink is refreshingly simple – a Boddingtons beer.
The Prince of Wales likes his martinis with equal parts gin and dry vermouth, thank you very much.
According to The Telegraph, after she met with Prince William to talk about her relationship with his father, Camilla announced, "I need a gin and tonic." Sounds about right.
In college, Will's go-to order was a Stella Artois or Sambuca shots. When he used to haunt Piccadilly club Mahiki, he sipped a Treasure Chest, a £135 cocktail consisting of brandy and peach liqueur and a bottle of Champagne. Tasty.
Prince Harry has been known to indulge a drink or two...or maybe more. His favorite vice is a Ciroc Ultra; on occasion, he's known to sip a vodka and Red Bull.
Rumor has it that Kate Middleton is partial to Jack Daniels, but according to the Duchess' closest confidantes, her drink of choice is a 'Crack Baby,' the signature cocktail served at Prince Harry's favorite nightclub, Boujis. The drink is a mixture of vodka, raspberry liquor, passion fruit and champagne.