The Queen will never let 13 people sit down at her dinner table, not because she’s superstitious

THE Queen is used to entertaining numerous guests at the palace, and she has a particular rule when organising the invite list. It is claimed that Her Majesty, 93, makes sure that she never has exactly 13 people in total when she has formal meal.

Royal commentator Phil Dampier told Fabulous Digital: “She won’t let 13 people sit down at a dinner table, not because she is superstitious but in case guests are.”

Despite her not believing the old wives’ tale that 13 is an unlucky number, the monarch is said to have some supernatural beliefs.

Phil added: “She does believes in ghosts and has several lucky charms in her handbag.”

Source: Why the Queen will never let 13 people sit down at her dinner table – and it’s not because she’s superstitious

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