There is a lot of talk surround the Royal Wedding of Kate Middleton and Prince William especially that Kate is a commoner. Kate has been able to live a pretty much normal life until she was brought into the spot light of the Royal Family, but the spot light is only the beginning. There is at least 10 things that Kate will have to do once she is part of the Royal Family, and being called “Kate” is something that will not be allowed!
According to Yahoo, there are Ten things that Kate can’t do once she marries Prince William.
First off she will not be allowed to be called “Kate” any more.
Be referred to as ‘Kate’
When Kate Middleton joins the House of Windsor this year, her official title will become ‘Her Royal Highness the Princess William of Wales’.
She can be addressed as ‘Catherine’ or ‘Ma’am’ (pronounced like ‘ham’). But ‘Kate’ isn’t going to cut it anymore by Royal standards.
The game Monopoly is already not allowed, so I hope she is not a fan:
In 2008, Prince Andrew, Duke of York, said that the Royal Family was not allowed to play Monopoly at home “because it gets too vicious”. No member of the family has yet revealed what they play in its place during the Christmas holidays.
Shellfish is also a no-no:
British Royals are apparently never served shellfish, because of a fear of food poisoning. So if Kate can’t live without crustaceans, she will have to seek them out in her own time.
I really hope that she either doesn’t eat much or eats real fast. If either of those don’t work, she may go hungry:
Finish her dinner
If she is a slower eater than her grandmother-in-law, Kate could go hungry. In Britain, when the Queen stops eating, you stop as well, fork in hand.
Read the rest of the “no-nos” at Yahoo.com