Being a part of the royal family may look like a Disney princess life from the outside, but it’s important to realise – as bride-to-be Meghan Markle soon will – being royal comes with certain rules.
Whether Kate Middleton is ensuring Prince Harry is avoiding selfies with the public, there’s always a rule the family must keep in mind.
However, even the royals sometimes break rules, and there’s one they’ve been breaking for decades now.
In 1137, King Edward III declared no one, including members of the royal family, could wear fur.
However, taking a look back at some of the Queen and Kate Middleton’s outfits over the years, it looks like this isn’t a commandment they’re taking too seriously.
Kate Middleton is a big fan of wearing fur hats, and has been spotted on multiple occasions wearing the Sumac Luxury Alpaca Fur Hat by Lacorine in a range of colours – priced at a massive £225.
Kate Middleton dresses down in black skinny jeans teams with a floaty blouse [Getty ]
The Duchess of Cambridge has also previously worn fur collar scarfs with outfits, whether real fur on faux is unknown.
The Queen was also spotted in a vintage fur coat in 2015 as she attended mass on Christmas Day.
Like Kate, the Queen’s hats and scarves are usually decorated with fur, which is again unknown if real or not.
As well, Queen Elizabeth II has been pictured with fluffy gloves more than once, proving that even Her Majesty can be a rebel sometimes.