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British Royal Family: - The Queen had to ask permission

British Royal Family: – The Queen had to ask permission

Church bells are ringing. The bride got out of the car in a white dress and the bridesmaids. She walks down the church floor, before setting her eyes on her future husband.

There stands Prince William, and in a few hours Duchess Kate is a full member of the British Royal Family.

Husband and wife: William and Kate had to follow a series of rules before they could become a true husband. Photo: Tim Rooke/REX/NTB
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The year was 2011, and the British could enjoy a grand royal wedding. But what most of you probably didn’t know is that Queen Elizabeth (96) had more than one hand in the game during the big day.

There are many rules and protocols that members of the royal family must follow before, during and after going on the church floor to say “yes” in front of the entire world.

Some of them have also been violated from time to time, according to Welcome.

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He must ask the Queen’s permission

Since 1772, British law has stipulated that royal marriages require the consent of the king.

It also means that the one who will propose you to go to the king or queen for approval of any proposal, before one can get down on one knee.

Recently, this means that both Prince William, 40, and Prince Harry, 37, have asked Queen Elizabeth for permission to marry Duchess Kate, 40, and Duchess Meghan, 41, respectively – and the permission has been granted.

The king must also approve the wedding dress. According to Hello, there is a good chance that the Queen will look at the design of the wedding dress before it is even sewn.

Bare shoulders: Duchess Meghan made a somewhat risky decision with her second wedding dress, when she appeared with bare shoulders.  However, the dress must have been approved by the Queen.  Photo: REX/NTB

Bare shoulders: Duchess Meghan made a somewhat risky decision with her second wedding dress, when she appeared with bare shoulders. However, the dress must have been approved by the Queen. Photo: REX/NTB
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The check is to make sure the dress is not too short, has no plunging necklines and no bare shoulders.

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hard training

However, before the big day, there are a number of things to take care of.

In royal traditions, the bride must be trained to become a good representative of the royal family, which includes training. Lots of training.

BUCKE, NOD, NO: Most royals have to train hard before getting married.  Illustrated here by Sarah Ferguson and Princess Beatrice.  Photo: David Hartley/REX/NTB

BUCKE, NOD, NO: Most royals have to train hard before getting married. Illustrated here by Sarah Ferguson and Princess Beatrice. Photo: David Hartley/REX/NTB
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Both Kate and Meghan underwent a series of courses to learn what it means to be king. There they were trained to learn everything from how and when to say no, to safety courses.

According to the royal authors behind Searching for Freedom, Omid Scobie and Caroline Durand, Duchess Meghan had to take the route faster than usual, due to threats against the couple.

British design

Out of respect for the British monarchy, it is also a rule that all brides wear exclusive British designs on the big day.

Both Princess Diana and Duchess Kate did, and for a long time there was a lot of excitement about whether Duchess Meghan would do the same on her wedding day – because she’s American.

British: Duchess Meghan went to British design Claire Waight Keeler.  Photo: REX/NTB

British: Duchess Meghan went to British design Claire Waight Keeler. Photo: REX/NTB
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When she appeared, she chose not to break tradition, much to the delight of many.

On the big day, she wore a simple dress by British designer and designer Claire Waight Keeler.

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royal headdress

Surely someone has noticed what royal brides wear on their wedding day. Most of them wear a crown or diadem.

According to tradition, the tiara and tiara are only for royal brides on their wedding day and for married women. This is why it goes so high when the bride has to consult with the Queen about what tiara she should wear.

When Princess Eugenie married, she wore a tiara owned by the Queen.

Tiara: Princess Eugenie, like many others, borrowed a tiara from Queen Elizabeth.  Photo: Tim Rooke/REX/NTB

Tiara: Princess Eugenie, like many others, borrowed a tiara from Queen Elizabeth. Photo: Tim Rooke/REX/NTB
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The Queen’s headdress is hidden among her jewelry collection in a vaulted vault, and royal brides are invited to look through the jewelry.

However, according to “Finding Freedom”, the Queen limits gathering from time to time, as not everyone has the right to choose completely freely.

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the same calls

As husband and wife, you like to show this to the whole world, in the form of wedding rings. What everyone may not know is that all royal wedding rings are made of Welsh gold.

It is an old tradition that royal brides and grooms have their wedding rings made of Welsh gold, a personal gift from the Queen.

Gold: Royal family members always marry with a gold ring.  Here from Harry and Meghan's wedding.  Photo: REX/NTB

Gold: Royal family members always marry with a gold ring. Here from Harry and Meghan’s wedding. Photo: REX/NTB
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Welsh gold is supposed to be some of the most expensive and rarest gold in the world, and so the royal family has chosen it for nearly 200 years – perhaps even to last a lifetime.

Princess Beatrice, unconventionally, opted for a design in silver.

ancient traditions

After the wedding ceremony is over, it is usually the wedding time for many brides and groomsmen. This also applies to members of the royal family, but they also have special rules that they must follow.

Royal brides should stick to the traditional wedding cake. According to tradition, it should contain fruit.

Fantastic creation: When Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip got married, the choice fell on this cake.  Photo: ANL / Daily Mail / Shutterstock / NTB

Fantastic creation: When Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip got married, the choice fell on this cake. Photo: ANL / Daily Mail / Shutterstock / NTB
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Among other things William and Kate Gorgeous Eight-Tier Fruit Cakeas well as the prince’s favorite childhood snack – chocolate chip cookies.

The Eight Decks: Duchess Kate and Prince William's wedding cake contained the fruit, a tradition of the British royal family.  Photo: REX/NTB

The Eight Decks: Duchess Kate and Prince William’s wedding cake contained the fruit, a tradition of the British royal family. Photo: REX/NTB
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Prince Harry and Meghan, for their part, chose to break with tradition, when they had a lemon cake and an elderberry cake at their wedding. Created by Claire Ptak.

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