The Queen has a strict bedtime routine that includes a secret weapon to help her drift off each night

At 95, the Queen still has to adhere to a tight schedule every day, meaning a good night’s sleep is imperative.

According to experts at Every night.com, The monarch can really be grateful for his long life thanks to his active lifestyle and sleep hygiene.

The Queen enjoys a glass of champagne every night before going to bed


The Queen enjoys a glass of champagne every night before going to bedCredit: Getty

But what exactly is Her Majesty’s bedtime routine and what makes her such a successful sleeper?

We reveal all…

A very fancy sleeping hat

As part of her bedtime routine, the Queen enjoys a glass of champagne before bed.

All with royal orders, it is likely that the Queen chooses Bollinger, Krug, Lanson or Pol Roger when it comes to her branding.

While experts say it’s generally not a good idea to have a drink before bed, a small glass can help you relax without disrupting your sleep.

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Separate bedroom

Before her death last April, the Queen and Prince Philip famously slept in separate bedrooms.

According to Lady Pamela Hicks – Philip’s cousin – the upper class “always has separate bedrooms”.

Lady Pam made this statement while speaking to Sally Bedell Smith about the king’s biography in 2012.

“In the UK, the upper class always has separate bedrooms,” she explains.

Not only is sleeping separately ‘appropriate’ but doctors actually recommend doing so.

Dr Raj, the famous doctor of TikTok, said: “You should always sleep alone, if the other person moves in their sleep or snores it will prevent you from entering the deep stage of sleep, your body need to recharge, affecting sleep quality.”

Set bedtime

An expert at Everynight says, “The Queen sleeps 8.5 hours a night, which is within the healthy sleep range of a UK adult who must sleep 8-9 hours a night, and was impressed with the her busy schedule. during her reign.

“To sleep like the Queen, you should make sure you go to bed at the same time every night (The Queen retires at 11pm), which will help your body automatically feel sleepy as you approach bedtime. specified, better guaranteed. overnight stay”.

Sleep-inducing meals

Eating light, full-protein meals and regularly like a king is also a very good sleep booster.

The Queen is part fish and veg and is said to be a Special K light breakfast with fruit, which will give her slow-burning energy and keep her fresh throughout the busy royal schedule, help with sleepiness before going to bed.

The Queen also does daily light exercise in the form of walking – a useful method for releasing endorphins, which help bring about a more restful night’s sleep.

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