The queen is giving out his house

 

The Queen’s great-grandchildren Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis are growing up with more privilege than most people on the planet. Despite this, it seems that they might be missing out on something the average child enjoys—presents.According to The Royal Family website guide on gifts, which is a stonking seven pages long, it all comes down to when the gift is received.

 

 

The guide states, “Gifts are defined as official when received during an official engagement or duty or in connection with the official role or duties of a Member of The Royal Family.”It continues, “Official gifts are not the private property of the Member of The Royal Family who receives them but are instead received in an official capacity in the course of official duties in support of, and on behalf of The Queen.”

 

 

In other words, per Buckingham Palace rules, any adoring fan or public figure that gives a gift to the mini Cambridges has to accept the fact that those gifts may well be taken from the child.Don’t feel too sorry for the young Princes and Princess, as this rule only applies to people outside The Royal Family. Luckily the kids can still get gifts from their parents and immediate family members—gifts that one can assume aren’t too shabby at all.

Queen Elizabeth’s absurd rule over Prince George, Princess Charlotte revealed

The royal family, headed by matriarch Queen Elizabeth, has some rules that would make you scratch your head in disbelief over the ‘absurdity’ of them; like one that dictates all official gifts given to any royal family member can be taken by the Queen, reported My London.

 

 

The rule, which reportedly can be of some hassle for Prince William and Kate Middleton’s young children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, is part of a seven-page royal handbook on the etiquette of accepting gifts.This means that when any of the children get gifts from anyone outside sources, it may never directly reach them!

 

 

The royal family’s rule on gifts state: “Gifts are defined as official when received during an official engagement or duty or in connection with the official role or duties of a Member of The Royal Family.”

 

 

“Official gifts are not the private property of the Member of The Royal Family who receives them but are instead received in an official capacity in the course of official duties in support of, and on behalf of The Queen,” it goes on to explain.

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