These peculiar edicts make the Windsors even more fascinating.
The evidently. Apparently, she much prefers a nice grilled fish and veggie combo for dinner.
Her Highness actually despises the smell of garlic.
It doesn't matter how "in" you are with this crew. If you're wearing jeans and a t-shirt to a royal family dinner, you probably won't be invited back.
The Queen is a simple girl at her very core. And simple girls like a good old-fashioned simple breakfast, which consists of nuts, dried fruit and Corn Flakes.
No one wants to see your dirty , even if it belongs to a royal.
At a royal dinner, you always need one eye on your food and the other .
If Her Highness places her on the table, you've got five minutes to take that last bite and leave.
Royals mustn't divulge their reasons for . A simple "excuse me," and they're good to go.
Prince Philip must always be his lady in public. Who run the world?
The teacup handle must be held with the thumb and the index finger, while the middle finger holds the bottom. Also, they can only take sips from the same spot so as not to get lipstick all over their teacup. Royal tea parties are next level.
The royals stay in their lane and the .
allowed for members of Royal Family.
Even though as of 2011 the Royal Family can now marry Roman Catholics, they themselves still have to stay loyal to the Church of England.
The royal ladies all sit with their legs slanted to the side to "protect their modesty," Prince Charles's former butler. Okay, so maybe it's not an actual regulation, but the "Duchess slant" has certainly been adopted.
Royal women are instructed to walk down stairs with their chins parallel to the ground and their hands at their sides. They're also required to always pose with their chins in the same parallel position.
Eye should be maintained throughout the firm handshake. Oh, and two pumps max; otherwise it's a bad look.
Any good royal procession begins with the Queen and continues with whoever is next in line.
Royals play their curtseys cool. Just a slight bend in the knee will do.
Look, it's nothing personal. Beautifully styled royal hair should always be shown off. But when it's time to really get fancy,
If you're at a royal event and you're trying to see who the married women are, when the clock strikes six.
Tiaras are only with a ring on it. Sorry, single ladies!
There've been a few slip ups, but the Royal Family is technically not supposed to be according to a 12th century proclamation from Edward III.
Customary with royal traditional, the little prince wears .
No surprise here: A royal must always in public.
Rumor has it you're not allowed to touch royals (or, ya know, any stranger) when they're out and about. Anything beyond a formal handshake is frowned down upon. Clearly, LeBron missed the memo.
It doesn't matter how in love Will and Kate are. They're expected to maintain proper royal decorum whenever they're in public.
If the Queen wants to drive, then by George she'll do it. The rules of the road don't apply to her (seriously).
Prince William wouldn't dare call his wife "Katey Kat" out in public. are way too casual for the royal family. Unless, of course, you're little George and you call the Queen "Granny."