There are various myths and theories about the royal family, and most of those are not true and are simply ridiculous. Let’s see some of them.
It is not a secret at all that security measures around the royal family are at the highest level and that this is not a joke. However, there are some ridiculous theories which suppose that the road that leads to the Buckingham Palace should have been an airstrip. However, this part of the road is very short and an aircraft could not land here. So, the theory of this intended and being and emergency air-escape for the royal family is false
Queen is a man
The Queen Elizabeth I has also been called the Virgin Queen. The reason for this is the fact that she has never married and did not have a husband. The reason for this was his character and she was a true leader. However, it has been also been claimed that she is actually a man. This has all originated from the author called Bram Stoker who made navel where a boy has been disguised as a young Elizabeth and that he later on became the queen while he was actually was a man.
There has been a rumor that Kate love almond milk and when she was attending a charity event, people offered her almond milk. However, she stated that this is actually not true and that she does not love it. On the contrary, she declared that she actually does not like it.
Queen without power
It is often thought that the Queen does not have any real power and that she cannot influence anything. However, this is actually not the truth. Even though GB is a parliamentary democracy, she has some rights. One of those is to declare a war. Also, she is the one who appoints knights and new prime ministers.
George VI and Elizabeth in London during World War II
During the Second World War, the people in the royal family wanted to show the people that they are with them and that they share the same hardships, so they declared that they spend their time in London that has been bombarded every day. However, it should be noted that were not spending their time in the Buckingham Palace in London but they spent most of it at Windsor castle in Berkshire. Their daughters were there as well.
One of the most ridiculous things about the royal family is the claim that Prince Charles need seven eggs in the morning, and they are all hard-boiled. However, he allegedly have seven eggs so that he can choose only one that is the best per his preferences. This ridiculous statement has been denied in 2012 when the official site cited Prince Charles and his firm “No.”
Just like this, there is also a rumor that the queen needs four drinks every day, i.e. four cocktails. However, her Chef, that was wrongly interpreted, denied this and added that he actually listed Queen’s four favorite drinks.
In 2001 we saw bombastic headlines that claimed that the engineers have discovered nine-centimeter spiders under the Windsor castle and that they are very venomous and that they are so strong that their bite can penetrate even human skin. Furthermore, it was claimed that some of them have never been seen before or that they belong to species that should have been extinct for thousand years.
Also, it is believed that the Queen is at home when the Union Flag flies. However, this means completely different thing. Namely, this means that the Queen is not at home and that she is abroad. If you really want to know that she is at home, you should have a look at the Royal Standard that has red, blue and gold.
Never a king
It is sometimes believed and claimed that Prince Charles would not become a king since the people do not like him and since Prince William and his family are very popular among the people. However, the Queen would never skip the line of succession since the queen does not have the right to choose.