‘That’s quite strong!’ Sophie sips whisky at food market

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The Royal Family Channel published this video item, entitled “‘That’s quite strong!’ Sophie sips whisky at food market” – below is their description.

The Earl and Countess of Wessex have been meeting stallholders at a monthly wholefood and wellbeing market at the Elmfield Estate in Gilford, a village in County Down, on their tour of Northern Ireland. During their visit, Sophie was spotted patting her chest after tasting some whisky and was heard saying “that’s quite strong!”. Report by Roshni Patel.

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