Queen Elizabeth Has Her Own McDonald’s (You Can Visit It)

If you go to McDonald’s in the UK, chances are it’s a company owned by Queen Elizabeth. Yes, in addition to her royal duties, Liz owns a ton of real estate. And it includes some special things.

It has its own McDonald’s branch

Thanks to The Crown Estate, the Queen owns £13 billion worth of real estate. It includes six royal residences, half of the British coastline and almost all of Regent Street. But it doesn’t stop there, as she also owns Trafalgar Square, home to Nelson’s Column and the British National Gallery. And icing on McFlurry’s, he also owns a McDonald’s branch.

This royal residence is located in Banbury Gateway Shopping Park on the outskirts of Oxfordshire. It is not clear whether Elizabeth ever visited the building, but Branch is fully prepared for her arrival. You can find luxurious leather sofas, digital menu boards, Eames chairs, laminate floors and even utensils. We are instantly excited!

Maybe Liz took a shortcut to Royal McDowell and hopped into her Bentley for a late lunch. Best of all, the drive-thru service is available from 11:00 am to 10:00 pm. It’s not for nothing that Princess Diana was known for making secret trips to McDonald’s when Prince William and Prince Harry came home from boarding school.

We see Liz driving through the drive-thru. Source: BrunoPress

Crown Estate

The Crown Estate goes one step further with properties owned by the Queen. She owns all the swans in the Thames and all the dolphins in England – the question is how to own the swans or the dolphins. Then there are the Crown Jewels, the Tower of London and even the famous crows in the Tower. Well, give us that McDonald’s!

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Source: Mirror | Image: Brunopress

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