The British Royal Family are known for their unwavering ability to get the dress code right on each occasion.
According to The Independent, when anyone in the royal family travels to another country, they have to take a black ensemble with them. This is just in case someone in the family were to die while they were away. This ensures that when they arrive back in the UK, they are dressed appropriately to match the somber mood of the nation.
This is now a compulsory rule that the family has to adhere to, but there was one occasion in which they were caught out, which you will remember vividly if you are a fan of The Crown.
In 1952, the Queen was in Kenya with Prince Philip when they heard the news that her father had sadly passed away. She hadn't
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