Which historical figure was known for their rotund waistline?
Winston Churchill was fond of saying: 'My tastes are extremely simple. I like only the best.' This principle was fully applied to food, which had its consequences: at an unheroic height of 1 meter 70 centimetres, Churchill reached a weight of 95 kilograms in his mature years. Churchill never exhausted himself with gymnastics, although he was a good fencer and horseman in his youth; he carried his love of delicious and plentiful food throughout his life. Churchill, being a man of heavyweight, аnd his waistline was not a slim one, lived a long and generally healthy life, defying all notions of good nutrition.