Just when you thought you knew everything there was about the British Royal Family, a new fact pops up and leaves you wondering what else the monarchy may be hiding.
In the past, we've shared the recipes for the family's favorite dish and go-to snack, the Queen's favorite song, her nail polish of choice as well as some of the strange requirements they have to abide by such as packing an extra black outfit when travelling abroad.
It turns out, there are even more brow-raising rules that anyone with the "HRH" title must meet. It is almost impossible to be a member of the Royal Family and do as you please.
According to BBC, the Royal Family must adhere to strict rules even when it comes to food. When the family travels they have a list of dietary requirements that the host chefs must stick to. For instance, when the Queen and Prince Philip visited Rome and Milan in 2000, garlic, long pastas and "messy" sauces were off the menu.
But, there is one type of food that the Royal Family has been historically known to steer clear from when dining outside of the palace.