Your Majesty and subsequently, Ma’am (as in jam)Your Majesty and subsequently Marm (as in farm)
Ma’am (as in jam)
According to Debrett’s etiquette guide.
Via Dan Kitwood / GettyVia Theo Wargo / GettyVia Dave J Hogan / Getty
A lounge suit is a dark suit or business suit.
The London PalladiumThe Royal Albert HallThe Radcliffe CameraTrinity Hall
OxfordVia Laemq / Wikimedia Commons / en.wikipedia.orgSt Andrew’sVia Remi Mathis / Wikimedia Commons / commons.wikimedia.org
He started off studying Art History but switched to Geography.
StrawberriesVia Brian Prechtel / commons.wikimedia.orgWhipped creamVia manda0102 / ThinkstockMeringueVia vesmil / ThinkstockSliced lemonVia Laticka / Thinkstock
Traditionally Eton mess is made with broken up meringue, strawberries, and whipped cream. Very occasionally bananas are also included.
TrilbyVia Hats and caps / google.co.ukPanamaVia Cuyana cuyana.comTop hatVia Silk top hats / silktophats.eu
A top hat
The dress code requires men to wear black or grey morning dress including a black or grey top hat.
NoYes any kind of headwear is fineLadies don’t have to have anything on their heads.
The dress code dictates that fascinators are not permitted. Ladies must wear hats or a headpiece with a solid base of 4 inches or more in diameter.
A golf tournamentVia Wojciech Kulicki / Creative Commons / Flickr: wkulickiA polo matchVia Clément Bucco-Lechat / commons.wikimedia.orgA game of croquetVia Tgamen / ThinkstockA regattaVia Tgamen / Creative Commons / en.wikipedia.org
A polo match.
According to Debrett’s etiquette guide. “At halftime brings the tradition of divot stomping, where the turf kicked up by the ponies is trodden back into place by spectators.”
A cricket batA horseA shotgunA badminton racket
The Badminton Horse Trials is a three-day event that takes place at the Duke of Beaufort's Badminton House.
It is a grey partridge
With a spoonSquashed against the back of the forkUsing the fork as a scoopSpearing the peas on the end of the fork
Squashed against the back of the fork
Who knew you've been eating peas wrong your whole life! (According to Debrett's, anyway).
In the tinIn a Tupperware boxIn a glass jarIn a champagne flute
In a champagne flute.
Debrett's says it should NEVER be stored in the tin.