The royal family's secret travel rules

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They pack their own blood - It sounds a bit morbid, but King Charles carries around a bag of his own blood!

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BYOB-Gin and tonic for King Charles and red wine for Camilla! Yes, this royal pair is known to bring their own booze on their travels. With the utmost discretion, obviously.

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BYOB - The official reason is to avoid their drinks being spiked. In fact, their secret stash of booze is often (discretely) carried by their bodyguards.

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They travel by train - If they have to go somewhere within Great Britain they can take the British Royal Train. 

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They take the train - They also travel by car. Once, Harry and Meghan arrived an hour late to Cardiff traveling by car because they got stuck in traffic.

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Greetings in several languages - As they all represent the UK in some official capacity, learning about the culture and customs of the countries they visit is important.

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Greetings in several languages - Which is why whenever they visit another country they make sure that at the very least they know how to greet people in the local language.

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They always pack a black outfit - Any self-respecting royal always brings a black outfit on their travels. This is in case of an unexpected death.

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Their luggage is tagged - All royal trips are perfectly organized. All their luggage has tags with the appropriate name on it. 

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Always dressed to the nines - Speaking of clothes, have you ever noticed that the royals never ever seem to be wearing casual clothes while traveling?

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Always dressed to the nines - On the contrary, every time they step out of an airplane, they're dressed absolutely flawlessly!

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Budgetary concerns - According to Hello! Magazine, in 2017 the total cost of all royal travel was US$5.8 million.

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Budgetary concerns - And in 2018, Charles and Camilla's tour of Saint Lucia, Barbados, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Grenada, Cuba, and the Cayman Islands cost £417,000.

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