At an annual event for horticulture, the Princess shared a rule with a group schoolchildren.
During an outing to commemorate the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Chelsea Flower Show in May, Kate Middleton divulged a surprising palace rule. At the horticultural annual show, Kate Middleton was in attendance to encourage gardening.You can also find out more about the following:Telegraphreported. She was at the event when she met a group schoolchildren. One of them, Ruby, a girl aged seven, asked for her autograph. But the Princess refused. Many fans speculated why she wouldn’t sign this simple request. This is why royal protocol has a great deal to say. It outlines what the Royal Family may and may not do depending on several factors. According toCosmopolitanThe royal protocol covers almost every aspect of living as one.Take selfiesWhat is the best way to?Walk down the stairs.
Kate is heard saying to Ruby “I can’t sign my name.” As per “It’s one of those rules.”The Telegraph. She drew an image to avoid the restrictions and signed her name instead. “I can paint,” explained the Princess, who drew a flower and trees for Ruby. Ponds filled with plants were drawn for another. Kate isn’t the only royal who has declined such a request. When King Charles was Prince, he told a fan who asked for an autograph, “Sorry, they don’t allow me to do that.” What is the reasoning behind this rule?ReportsAs part of an effort to avoid forgery, it is suggested that Royal Family members are prohibited from signing their autographs.
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Reports said that the 41-year-old Princess surprised everyone by making a surprise arrival at the London flower show, where she was joined by a number of London’s primary school children at its inaugural Children’s Picnic.The TelegraphKate said during her conversation with RHS at her most recent visit to 2019 that it would have been nice to get more kids involved in this project. Kate then took small groups into the three gardens that were on display. Tom Massey of The Telegraph, who won the RHS Chelsea gold award Tom Massey said about the Princess: “She was interested in theme, but for her I think the main thing afterward was the interaction with the kids and seeing their excitement to see this structure and the insects close up. “I thought she really enjoyed that.” It was clear that her focus was on the children.