Outlandish Royal Family Rules That Left Us Puzzled

6Harry vs William

After the relationship between Prince Harry and Meghan went public many people drew comparisons between the brothers and their relationships. Many have questioned why Harry gets more leeway than his older brother. The reason for this is because Prince Harry is 6th in the line of succession to the British throne. This allows him to bend the rules a bit as his behavior isn’t that crucial.

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7The Queen’s handbag

In many public photos of the Queen, you may have noticed her handbag. You may be wondering what the Queen might have in her handbag, we don’t really know. What we do know is that the handbag is used to send secret codes to the people around. If she places the bag on the dining table, it means the event needs to conclude within the next five minutes.

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8The Royal clutch bag

If you see photos of Kate and Meghan you may notice that both always carry clutch bags. There are several reasons for this. Firstly, this makes it easier for the Princesses to carry with just one hand. Secondly, the bag allows them to easily shake hands or avoid doing so during awkward situations.

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9The Queen’s dogs

We all know and have seen the Queen’s dogs. Her corgis are cute and adorable but did you know they eat better than most people in the world? Yes, the Queen’s dogs have dishes that include lamb and rabbit meat. The chefs are instructed to cut the meat really small and check twice for bones.

The Queens dogs

10The Queen stops, you stop

One major dining rule that the whole world knows about is that if the Queen stops eating, you have to stop eating. It was a well-known fact that during the Victorian era, she could go through several course meals in just half an hour. This is why the people have to keep an eye on her while eating.

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