As well as being able to share a table with their parents in the main dining room, there are hundreds of other British royal rules that Archie and Lilibet can break, living far from the UK.
the children of prince harry and his wife Meghan Markle, They are the youngest grandchildren of King Carlos III, and great-grandchildren of the late Queen Elizabeth II. Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor and Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, They are still part of the British royalty, but they can afford to break the strict protocol rules.
Since their parents, Meghan and Harry, decided to abandon their functions in the British crown and make a new life in their luxurious California mansion, the offspring Archie and Lilibet They have had the joy or freedom to enjoy certain things that their cousins, the children of Prince William, do not have and will not have.
Growing up away from British royalty, Archie and Lilibet they have been spared from complying with the strict rules imposed by their late Queen Elizabeth II, and which must now be continued by their grandfather, King Carlos III. One of these rules is that everyone is forbidden to eat after the monarch.
According to an article published by elperiodico.com, the King is the one who sets the pace for meals, so if someone gets up hungry at midnight, should they wait until the next day? According to the current rules at Buckingham Palace, it seems so. Fortunately, Archie and Lilibet they will not suffer these evils, because in their house in California they have total freedom.
Such is the notebook that they enjoy Archie and Lilibet far from British royalty, that children even share the same eating space as their parents, something that does not happen at Buckingham Palace or any of the official crown properties. Meghan and Harry’s children, on the other hand, have a small table at home where they can eat next to their parents, while they play.