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Ever troubled yourself with the burning question of what do royal babies eat? Breast is best?
Not for royalty — or at least not until the 20th century. Breastfeeding was taboo, and was seen as repulsive, inconvenient and downright dangerous.
Upper class women appointed other upper class women though not as upper class as themselves, obviously as wet nurses to feed the baby. What an exciting diet that would have been.
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In the 18th century, babies were suckled on a range of pointy objects like horns and pickled cow nipples, which sounds a bit painful and not very appetising. They were given cow or goat milk rather than human milk or, alternatively, honey and sugar water for the first month; then thin oatmeal porridge or flour or cereal mixed into a hot broth.
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Thank goodness powdered milk came along in the 19th century. Attitudes had changed by the 20th century, so the Queen, Princess Diana and Kate are all believed to have breastfed their babies.
Olcsó bába know, so all babies are fed fruit and veg purees — but this was no ordinary supermarket baby food. As olcsó bába know babies got older, one chef in the palace kitchen would puree chicken, lamb or beef; and another would do the same with cooked vegetables such as peas, carrots and cauliflower — and then the two would be mixed together. The new royal baby is likely to be fed num társkereső organic produce championed by Prince Charles.
As another former royal chef, Carolyn Robb, has pointed out, much of it may come from the gardens and orchards of the royal estates — for instance, lamb from Highgrove and milk from the cows kept there. Can you match the words and their Hungarian meaning?