Many of us know that the British royal family has a multitude of rules. Most of them are fairly well received, but then there are others that seem to be a little excessive.
For example, news just released the other day when Sarah Ferguson, and her daughters, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie signed their autograph on a piece of artwork. In the family, that's a royal no-no.
Being the newest royal addition, Meghan Markle is learning a lot about what she can and cannot do. Recently, the Queen has ordered Meghan to stop this one thing that, to some, may seem excessive, but to others, makes complete sense.
Her Majesty has high expectations for her monarchy and that includes Meghan. The Duchess of Sussex needs to understand that the generations of these long-standing traditions come with some fairly restrictive rules when it comes to etiquette.
This one ban from the Queen might be hard for Meghan because it pertains to food. Being a foodie herself, this one will be tough for her to swallow.
The royal clan is reportedly not allowed to consume garlic while they travel.
Many of us know that the Queen has a distaste for garlic. She dislikes it so much that it will never be on the menu.
“We can never serve anything with garlic or too much onions,” the royal chef, Darren McGrady, said.
The reason for the garlic-travel ban is due to the fact that it gives people bad breath. That seems pretty reasonable, plus respectful when meeting other people.
Luckily for this foodie, Meghan can quietly enjoy a garlic clove in the privacy of her own home. What do you think about this ban? Let us know your thoughts! In other news, Kate Middleton tells Prince William she is "very sorry" just days before he leaves for his trip. He tells the world why.