When the Queen stands, you stand.
No one can eat after the Queen has finished her meal.
Men of the royal family perform a neck bow, while women curtsy
when greeting the Queen.
Members of the Royal Family take a new name when they're married.
PDA(Public Display of Affection) is looked down upon, especially while traveling.
must seek the monarch's approval before proposing.
Every royal bride carries myrtle in her wedding bouquet.
Every Royal wedding party must include a crop of children.
The Royal Family isn't allowed to vote or speak publicly about politics.
Members of the Royal Family aren't allowed to hold any type of political office.
Dinner conversations are formulated.
At dinner parties, the Queen begins by speaking to the person seated to her right. During the second course of the meal, she switches to the guest on her left.
When a Royal travels abroad, they're required to pack an all-black outfit.
Every family member must be prepared with a funeral-appropriate ensemble, in case of a sudden death.
Two heirs aren't allowed to travel together.
Once Prince George turns 12, he and Harry will have to fly separately.
The family isn't allowed to sign autographs or take selfies.
Don't even think about approaching them with that selfie stick.
Shellfish is off limits to the family, namely because it is more likely to cause food poisoning than others.
The Royal Family must adhere to a strict dress code.
Women must wear hats to all formal events.
The fancier, the better.
After 6 p.m., hats are off and tiaras are on.
Tiaras are reserved for married women.
The family is required to graciously accept the many (and bizarre) gifts they're given on a regular basis.
The Queen insists on spending a week preparing for Christmas.
Instead of opening presents on Christmas day, the Royal Family exchanges gifts during tea time on Christmas Eve.
It's rumored that the Queen hates garlic, so no dishes at Buckingham Palace are made with the ingredient.
The Queen has strict rules against eating potatoes, rice, or pasta for dinner.
The family is expected to learn multiple languages.
Prince George has already learned to count in Spanish.
After a conversation with the Queen has ended, she's the first to leave—no one is allowed to turn their back to her.
If the Queen moves her purse to her right arm, her staff must cut off her conversation.
If the Queen is at dinner and she puts her purse on the table, dinner needs to come to an end within five minutes.
Nicknames are completely forbidden.
Even though the press still uses Kate's nickname, she actually goes by Catherine.
The Queen isn't required to have a driver's license.
The Queen is the only person in the U.K. who may drive without a license or plates.