Prince Charles and Queen Elizabeth are, allegedly, feuding over booze.

In its Dec. 21 issue, National Enquirer claimed that Prince Charles and the queen are both experts when it comes to gin and other types of alcohol.

As such, a source claimed that the mother and son are competing over who can produce the best-tasting gin.

The insider also said that Prince Charles is very competitive. So, when he found out that Prince William will be the one to judge his and the queen’s selection, he decided to bribe him.

Prince William is accused of sucking up to his granny by the tabloid. As such, it’s possible that he would choose the queen over Prince Charles.

However, the heir to the throne bribes him because he doesn’t want to lose to his mother.

Unfortunately, the tabloid is just making up stories about Prince Charles, Prince William, and the queen.

After all, they were unable to reveal what Prince Charles is bribing his eldest son.

Additionally, that tabloid also described Prince Charles as an avid gardener. And it is his wife, Camilla Parker Bowles, who is an avid drinker.

If this is the case, Prince Charles doesn’t sound like an expert when it comes to booze, unlike the queen.

The source said that Her Majesty knows everything about gin and drinking because she drinks a glass or two even before she takes her lunch.

National Enquirer has seemingly taken a previous report on the queen out of context.

Even though it is true that she enjoys drinking regularly, this doesn’t mean that she’s competing with Prince Charles over booze. After all, there’s no reason for them to do so.

In 2017, Business Insider revealed that the queen enjoys four cocktails a day.

The monarch’s former royal chef, Darren McGrady, also revealed that the queen drinks gin and Dubonnet with a slice of lemon and ice on a daily basis.

Her Majesty, reportedly, ends her day with a glass of champagne after her dinner. And she adheres to a no starch rule when she’s dining by herself.

The queen’s late mother was also fond of drinking. Major Colin Burgess previously told Daily Mail that the Queen Mother’s pattern of drinking varied.

At around 6 p.m., the late royal drinks a glass of martini. During her dinner, she would consume one to two glasses of pink champagne.