Buckingham Palace will be bustling with activity this week as King Charles & Queen Consort Camilla host the first state visit of the new monarch.
President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa & his wife, Dr. Tshepo Motsepe, will be in the United Kingdom.
The tiaras will be brought out on Tuesday as Prince Charles & Camilla prepare to host a state banquet in their honour at the Palace.
However, according to The Sun, there is one dish that will most certainly not be served at the event.
It has been confirmed in a letter from the Palace to animal rights campaigners that the dish has been banned at all royal residences, including Buckingham Palace.
Not only will we not see foie gras make an appearance this week, but it is likely that we will never see it again as long as Charles is king.
According to a story in The Sun, "it is thought that the monarch has been opposed to the cuisine for a long period of time," & "many campaigners say the procedure of creating the foodstuff inhumane."
According to the source, "foie gras is made from livers that have become abnormally enlarged from a disease called hepatic steatosis, which is caused by force-feeding the birds large amount of food."
It is almost too gross to get into, but according to the source, "foie gras is made from livers that have become abnormally enlarged from a disease called hepatic steatosis."
Unbelievably, the delegation from South Africa is the first to pay a state visit to the British Royal Family since former President of the United States Donald Trump paid visit to the UK in 2019.
(Since the pandemic began, there have been no state visits that have been scheduled.) The state visit to South Africa was already scheduled before the death of Queen Elizabeth on September 8.
This trip will be the first one that Prince Charles hosts in his own right as the reigning sovereign of the United Kingdom.
According to People, Prince William & Catherine, the new Prince & Princess of Wales, will play a key part this week in entertaining the first couple of South Africa.
This will be in addition to Charles and Camilla, who will host the event.