Recently, three royal family members committed a royal no-no, which leaves the Queen unhappy when anytime a royal member breaks protocol.
There are a slew of rules the British monarchy must follow. Some are common sense, while other's appear to be a little over the top.
Sarah 'Fergie' Ferguson and her daughters, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie broke protocol on Instagram. Sarah took to her social media account to share a picture of the artwork by Teddy M, but at the same time shared their royal mistake.
The three signed the piece of artwork which, in the eyes of the Queen, autographs are a big no-no.
"Thank you Teddy M for working on this amazing painting for @childrenincrisis and congratulations on creating one of @teddysphotos art guitars #art #music," Sarah captioned.
Breaking any royal protocol would surely upset the Queen, however, in this instance, this might be approved as the painting is for a good cause.
The original painting was called "Royal Love," which was created by in 2016. GQ Magazine had an exclusive interview with Teddy M about the collaboration of the painting with The Duchess of York and Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie.
"We painted outdoors on the lawn, kneeling over the artwork and it was such a relaxed experience," Teddy M said.
"When you look at the painting, you will see three distinct forms of handwriting. Beatrice on the bottom left, Eugenie bottom right and the Duchess across the top," he continued. "It made me smile when Eugenie said it was amazing to be painting with the artist himself. It's not every day I get to paint with two Princesses and a Duchess."
The painting was auctioned at the Masterpiece Fair in 2016 and was sold for nearly $20,000. The money was sent to the Children in Crises charity.
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