Things No One Can Say Or Do In Front Of The Queen Of England




You may be curious to know what is in this





article. Meeting with the queen of England is a




lifetime experience you will live not to forget,




there are certain things one must say or do in





order to stay in line with the royal family's





strict.

This are list of things no one can say or do in






the front of the queen of England so learn how





to maintain your stand when ever you come in





contact with her.

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1. Take a seat

You must not take a sit before the quern of





England. In a room where people don't stand




upright before the Queen of England such





place is regard as a taboo and people may be




punish for that, its considered as extremely





disrespectful.






2. Call her by her Name



You don't regard the queen of Elizabeth with




her name when she is part of her official title.




When meeting the queen for the first time call




her "your Majesty".






3. Lead the Conversion


Never lead a conversion before the Queen of




England, one most only speck when spoken to




and never lead the conversion. The Queen of



England should always have full control over




any conversion they're having.






4. Turning around



This is high prohibited to turn around while the




Queen of England is standing at your front,




also





turning one side for the queen is regard to be




extremely rude and disrespectful.



5. Shake hand with the Queen

When greeting the Queen, one should only bow






or curtsy. You can only shake hand if the






Queen





offer a hand shake to you and You must shake




her.






6. Ask to use the toilet




Saying the word " toilet" to the queen is




regarded to be extremely rude and



disrespectful. They considered the French




word




for restroom, bathroom or loo to be rude. In




this case you use the word "toilet" form British




language for the queen.










7. Don't touch her


When it come to the royal family, hugging or




putting your hand close to Queen of England is




off limits. Non royals are not allowed to touch





royals. Always respect yourself when close to




the royal family's.





8. Walk too slowly or ahead of the Queen


If you are opportune to meet with Queen of




England never walk slow or ahead of the




Queen. You must always walk at a perfect



pace.




9. Slurp tea

The secret here, is that you must always drink





your tea according to the royal family




etiquette:




you lift up the cup, slip and place the cup back





on the saucer per sip. Never try to be in inrush



drinking tea with the royal family's.







10. Continue to eat after she's finished her 


meal




This is not highly unacceptable in royal






house's. When it come to dining they are rule





you must follow and one of the important one




is to stop eating as soon the Queen stop





eating. As soon the Queen stop eating any





person eating after that is regard as




disobedient to the Queen of England.







11. Say pardon





If you mistakenly bumping on the Queen of






England, you should never use the word "




pardon" for it. Instead, simply use "am sorry".





Pardon word is like any other French words so





is not allow by the Queen of England.





12. Taken selfie


This is highly prohibited, selfie is highly off







limits. If you are lucky to sit close to the Queen





of England never try to take a selfie with her,






there is always a professional photography





close by, that work with the royal house.






13. Use a nickname



Another no no. Nickname is not allow to be





use



when you are close to the Queen of England. It






is always advised you call her 'your Majesty".





The Queen is always believed to be highly




intelligence and can read all your words.




Always be caution the way you talk to people





even if they are not Royal but older than you.



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