Members of British royal family need to follow many rules and traditions, and with that there are numerous things they can or cannot do. Many people are wondering if cursing is on the list of things royals are not allowed to do. Cursing comes as something common people do instinctively, and it can also help you feel better. We all know that royals aren’t like common people, so are they allowed to do this instinctive act?
Prince Harry And Meghan Markle’s Reaction To A Teen Cursing
A couple of weeks ago, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited several children at Bristol Old Vic theatre. Children shared their experiences with royals. During the visit, unexpected and strange thing happened. While speaking to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, one teenage boy said the f-word: „When you’re on the stage, you can’t be like, you know, f****** around on the stage.“
Both the Duke and Duchess were very surprised with his choice of words, and their reactions were priceless. Markle even raised her eyebrow, but the couple tried to laugh it off.
Do Royals Curse?
Toilet, perfure, and pardon are just some of the common words you won’t hear royals saying, so there is a big possibility that they won’t use cursing words either. Even though it is very likely that royals aren’t allowed to curse, we had witnessed that happen. In 2015, Prince Philip swore at photographer. It happened with other members of royal family with them being caught saying curse words in public. When asked about some nonsensical rumors about him, Prince Charles replied with „crap“. „Bollocking“ was the word used by Prince William to describe how his father would lecture his brother and him. While Prince Harry used the phrase „kick the arse out of life“ to explain what participants at the Invictus Games came to do.
Meghan Markle Used To Swear A Lot
Before she became a member of the royal family, Markle used to swear a lot. On her blog named The Tig, she highlighted her New Year’s resolutions for 2017. One of those was to stop swearing. She wrote: „The swearing comes in lulls triggered by being overworked or feeling mighty cheeky after a couple drinks.“