A new survey by Care UK has revealed more Britons would like to share a hot cuppa with Kate Middleton than her grandmother in law, The Queen.
The survey comes as the nation prepares to enjoy plenty of hot drinks during Dementia UK's Time for a Cuppa week, from March 1 to 8.
As well as The Queen and The Duchess of Cambridge, Sir Winston Churchill, Elizabeth Taylor and Alfred Hitchcock were all popular choices to share a cup of tea with.
But no celeb scored as highly with the over 55s than their children when it comes to their cuppa companion of choice. Over 50% saying they would choose children from within their own circle of family and friends for a nice tea and biscuit moment.
Sharing family news is the most popular way people spend their tea breaks together, with nearly 75% choosing it as their conversation of choice, followed by 42% saying they liked to talk about happy memories.
The traditional cuppa also plays a more serious role in people's lives, with just under 60% of people saying they had shared a major piece of news with a friend or relative over a cup of tea.
To find out what a Care UK home near you is doing to mark Time for a Cuppa week, visit www.careuk.com
More info about Dementia UK's Time For A Cuppa week can be found at: www.timeforacuppa.org
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