Charles Bans Kate's Favorite Food From All Royal Residences

The Telegraph said that England's new pen-hating king has banned the controversial meal, manufactured by force-feeding ducks and geese until their livers expand, from all royal homes.

It will not be served at Balmoral Castle, Sandringham, Windsor Castle, Hillsborough Castle, or Buckingham Palace.

In a letter to PETA, the Palace affirmed that the royal household does not buy or sell foie gras. Their letter stated that “there are no plans for this policy to change.”

Kate Middleton has previously enjoyed foie gras, according to The Daily Mail and The Sun, therefore her opinion on this is unknown.

However, Charles has long opposed foie gras, and The Telegraph reported that in 2008 he forbade his personal chefs from serving it. 

He almost revoked a fancy royal warrant from a local cheese shop that sold foie gras.

PETA vice president Elisa Allen advised others to "follow the King’s lead and leave foie gras off the menu this Christmas and beyond."

"Video footage of birds being painfully force-fed is enough to make anyone lose their lunch," she said, sending King Charles a "hamper" of "faux gras."

"Kevin Costner: From Daydreamer to Hollywood Star"