There are literally written rules to follow to be part of the royal family, but advisors say there are some unspoken rules that should also be learned along the way. For example, there is a word one could use in a conversation that seems quite mundane, but it is a serious trigger for Queen Elizabeth, and is related to Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.
Squeeze He says that it is likely that if you use this word once in the company of the queen, you will never do it again because it is a true favorite motive of the monarch. At the top of the list are vulgar and vulgar words, but their definition of the word "vulgar" is probably more severe than most. At this time, the word "pregnant" is actually bothering Queen Elizabeth.
Because Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are expecting their first child, the queen prefers you to say that Duchess Meghan is "in a familiar way."
There are also people that Queen Elizabeth considers vulgar, including the icon of the Beatles, John Lennon. The monarch was "delighted and relieved" when Lennon returned his Order of the British Empire (OBE) in 1969 as a kind of protest.
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But not only those who meet the queen for the first time get nervous about saying something wrong. Prince Harry has confessed that when he "runs into the grandmother" all over the palace in an unscheduled meeting, he also gets a little tense, he says. US Weekly.
"If you suddenly run into [the queen] in the corridor, do not be scared, "says the 34-year-old king as he laughs" I know you will – we all do it "
It seems that even the British public understands that Queen Elizabeth has no patience for vulgar words and people because they actually used the word "vulgarity" in a petition presented to the palace, she says. US Weekly.
The letter was signed by hundreds of thousands of citizens who thought the queen should refuse to meet with Donald Trump.
"Donald Trump should be allowed to enter the United Kingdom in his capacity as head of the United States Government, but he should not be invited to pay an official visit to the State because that would cause embarrassment to His Majesty the Queen. The well-documented misogyny and vulgarity of Donald Trump disqualifies him from being received by His Majesty the Queen or the Prince of Wales. Therefore, during the term of his presidency, Donald Trump should not be invited to the United Kingdom for an official state visit. "