Today, we are talking to you about the Royal Family. If you’re in the 0.00001% of people who say to themselves “Wow that sounds so good to be in the Royal Family I would love to be part of it, my life sucks WHY isn’t the Queen not my grandma WHY WHY WHY? “, well first of all we advise you to go and drink a large glass of water, and then we will show you that there are still a lot of things that you have never done when you are here. Queen of England (so Liz for friends), and you wouldn’t want to miss these little pleasures in life. On the other hand, there are plenty of things that on the contrary she DOES (like walking around with a bag of blood like a vampire) which are also very interesting.
1. Have a passport
Since the British passport is made under the Queen’s name, she is the ONLY Brit who does not need a passport at all. Unless people don’t recognize her at the airport and take her for Geneviève, the local old lady, she’ll pass quietly everywhere.
2. Take selfies
In the royal protocol, it is written that it is forbidden for members of the royal family to take selfies or sign autographs. As a result, we will never see Liz with a Snapchat dog filter selfie. And frankly, I think it makes me a little unhappy to know that.
Because of the law which obliges the royal family to be as politically neutral as possible, they chose not to vote and Liz follows this instruction very strictly. Finally, it’s the “official” version, I just think she’s not yet 18 and she doesn’t dare say so.
4. Make a shopping list
Nor do the shopping for that matter, because the Queen and the Royal Family have staff who take care of it. That gives him something in common with me, the only difference being that I don’t go shopping just because I don’t have the money.
5. Celebrate your birthday on your birthday
It’s the little tradition when you’re in the royal family: Kings and Queens must celebrate their birthdays in the summer, even if they weren’t born in the summer, to be able to have a public celebration and have some good looks. time. Suddenly, poor Liz who was born on April 21 does not have the right to organize a big X project every April with gogo-dancers and beer fountains as far as the eye can see to celebrate her 256th year on Earth .
6. Kissou-kissou in public
Oh yes, that too is forbidden. Like when we were in the college yard except that we’re not in college anymore, Liz doesn’t really have the right to kiss her lover in public. So, technically, she no longer has a lover (rest her soul) but when he was still around, Liz and Prince Philip weren’t allowed to show affection in public. Once we caught them holding hands and it even shocked a few of them.
7. Go to school
Queen Elizabeth and her sister Margaret were the last two members of the Royal Family to homeschool. Liz had lessons in constitutional history, French, and even a course in vehicle maintenance. That means she could have done mechanics, but she preferred to do Queen of England. Such a waste.
8. Have a date
Liz and Philip met when she was only 13, and although they fell in love straight away, they had to communicate through letters in order to stay together. Later, when the Queen was 20, Philip asked his father, King George VI, for her hand and after that they remained inseparable. As a result, she never had a date, which may be able to change very quickly since Prince Philip died (peace to his soul) recently. Is the Queen more of the up-to-date type of young people with shisha or rich sores in candlelit dinners? We’ll find out soon enough.
9. Feed your dogs
Liz has had nearly 30 Royal Corgis in her lifetime, and all of them have had a bespoke bedroom (the Corgi Room), as well as a menu created just for them and served by the chefs. As a result, it is impossible to meet the Queen at the Franprix on Thursday evening at 7 p.m. urgently buying kibble for her doggies. These dogs lead a better life than me, but hey, I won’t complain.
10. Pass the license
But beware, that doesn’t mean she can’t drive, she loves driving her cars. The Queen is the only person in Great Britain who does not have to pass her license to drive. On top of that, she even has the right to drive without a license plate. So if at some point the English see a car struggling to make a slot without a plate and they shout “Hey bitch, are you going to move your body? », they risk falling on the Queen who controls her blind spots.
11. Open Christmas presents on Christmas Day
At least the Queen doesn’t have a debate to have on “Is it the 24th or the 25th Nooooooel?” “. She opens them on Christmas Eve with all her family together, because the mornings of Christmas Day are only reserved for the biggest gifts and apparently the Queen is not entitled to them. Super nice, she who had ordered a Dyson vacuum cleaner.
12. Play Monopoly
There, I finally understand why I cannot become Queen of England. I really like Monopoly. The game has been banned from the Royal Family because it causes too many disputes. So they play Limit Limit in place. (It’s not true, but we would have liked it very much.)
13. Choose the name of your children
Because suddenly, the members of the Royal Family are obliged to have a first name that is both respectful of history, in homage to loved ones and beautiful. That doesn’t leave a lot of choice for Liz, who has been forced to call her children Charles, Anne, Andrew and Edward, even though she just wanted to call them “North West” or “X Æ A-12”. , and be in the top of the worst names of children of stars.
14. Cross your legs
Yes, that too is forbidden. On the other hand, in her youth, despite the ban, we saw Liz cross her legs several times. AHAHAHA! But what a sickness!!!!!!! What a rebel!!!!!! wow.
15. Read Topito
MDRRRRRRRR no I’m kidding, of course she reads Topito. Last week she even commented on the recap of Married at First Sight saying “Ahah too many bars of laughter, thank you QuentinD! »
And if you find that the Queen’s life looks difficult, tell yourself that it’s even more boring for the other members of the Royal Family who are not allowed to eat when the Queen has finished eating. or who are forced to go to bed AFTER her, because they are supposed to reproduce all her movements. Hoping that the Queen is not a big party girl who goes to bed at 4 a.m. every day, if not nice for them, what.