Queen Elizabeth II has ruled successfully for 60 years. During this time it managed to establish itself as a flawless model of ideal social behavior. However, kings can do everything, sometimes even to break the rules. This sends Clutch.
Say “No!” to fur luxury
The Queen and her family not to flaunt your status in front of people. Banned for too high heels, cleavage, and, most importantly, fur.
However, during a visit in the cold of Russia, the Queen allowed herself to wear the Arctic Fox cloak. Also Elizabeth has a favorite red coat with fur collars and cuffs. Of course, animal rights activists are often subjected to Her Majesty criticized for such outfits.
Bare feet ‒ a sign of bad taste
Women of the Royal family can’t go with bare legs and throw one leg over the other. Even in summer aristocrat are required to wear tights, although Diana, Kate and Megan are not too keen this rule. However, in his youth he loved to break and Elizabeth herself.
“Where is your hat, Queen?”
Elizabeth II is rarely seen without a hat. Elegant piece of clothing that always complements her outfits. In addition, the product is a mandatory part of the dress code at official receptions.
In 2016, at the presentation of his portrait, the ruler decided to do without headgear. The Queen allowed everyone to see his neat styling.
You can not touch the “mere mortals“
The Royal family can not shake hands or hug “mere mortals”. But, once Elizabeth II could not resist the friendliness of Michelle Obama. At one meeting the First lady hugged the Queen, and she did not mind.
The autograph session is canceled
Members of the Royal family do not give autographs for security purposes. Queen Elizabeth II once broke that rule when you visit the “Old English court” in 1994. Since then, the personal autograph of the Queen became his exhibit.
Recall that in the Windsor castle mounted luxury Christmas tree.
Earlier Znayu reported, the Queen was struck by all the cheap dress, it can afford each.
Also Znayu wrote, the expert explained why Megan and Kate became enemies.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.