Being a part of the Royal Family is not just about having fancy hats. There life style is definitely way more different than a normal living. There are many strict rules which the family is bound to follow:
PLAYING MONOPOLY IS OFFICIALLY BANNED:
There are some toys that the royal family kids are forbidden to play with. Monopoly is one of them. Its ban has nothing to do with politics. In fact it is banned because of the nature of the game. Like most of the families royal family can’t play this game without engaging in arguments and betrayals.
Royal kids are bound to learn different languages as they travel frequently so it’s both important and impressive to communicate in the native language of the countries they are visiting.
Dress code is one of the strict rules that is prevailing in the royal family. You would never see any member of royal family wearing ripped jeans and cropped tops.
Prince George is always in shorts regardless of the weather. Pants on young boys are considered quite common while shorts indicate his status as member of the upper class.
Similarly princesses and queens are only allowed to wear non-natural looking nail polishes
Royal families are not allowed to travel together by air, even if they are destined to same location. As air travel is considered dangerous this ensures that if there was an accident there would be survivors to carry on the lineage of the family.
However, with air travel becoming increasingly safer, The Queen has been known to relax this rule on rare occasions.
There’re strict rules for eating as well, like from which hand to hold your fork in, to how to fold your napkins.When you are dinning with the queen you are not allowed to take another bite after she has finished her meal.
Calling kids with nicknames is strictly forbidden in royal family. Even calling Kate Middelton “Duchess Kate” isn’t good enough.
She should be addressed as “Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge Countess of Strathearn and Lady Carrickfergus” or the slightly shorter “Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge”.
Even Prince George has his official title “His Royal Highness Prince George Cambridge”
This distinct style of waving is accomplished by holding your hand vertically and twisting wrist ever so slightly.