Apparently, the Queen doesn’t like the style much and the women in the family are all aware. While you can choose to wear them like Kate Middleton sometimes does, it can only be worn outside the presence of the queen.
2) You can’t just wear a tiara
Tiaras are worn only to the fanciest of royal events and they’re worn for the first time by brides. Kate Middleton borrowed Queen Elizabeth’s tiara for her wedding to Prince William in 2011, and she’s worn Princess Diana’s tiara on several occasions.
But it’s a privilege reserved for married women only, single women and children never wear them as it signals the crowning of love and loss of innocence to marriage.
3) You’re not allowed to wear colourful nail polish
Say bye bye to those long, bright pink extensions. You’re either to wear subtle pinks or clear polish when on official business because only natural-looking nails are allowed at royal events.
4) The queen must approve all wedding dresses
It’s a tradition that the Queen needs to approve the final version of a royal wedding dress. Apparently, Queen Elizabeth had to approve of Kate Middleton’s Alexander McQueen gown in 2011, and she’ll do the same with Meghan Markle’s dress for her wedding to Prince Harry.
5) Royals are expected to travel with a black outfit at all times
Members of the royal family are expected to travel with ain case a member of the family dies. This way, when they arrive back in the U.K., they are dressed appropriately to fit the sombre occasion.
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