Entertainment The strict rules Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis face while travelling
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While we’re used to seeing the likes of Kate Middleton, Prince William, the Queen and Prince Charles globe-trotting for royal engagements, the younger members of the royal family face different rules while travelling.
Kate and William’s children,, and are likely to be impacted by these rules, with George and Charlotte already joining their parents for overseas visits in the past.
Royal experts have revealed that the youngsters must be prepared to travel from the day they are born, unlike normal babies.
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This means from the day they were born, George, Charlotte and Louis would have to obtain passports in order to travel globally.
According to a royal expert, Prince George and Princess Charlotte may have also faced further rules when it comes to travelling away with their parents.
Children must enter into etiquette lessons "as soon as they're old enough to sit at a table," says etiquette expert Myka Meier.
"They are raised having formal meals, going to formal events and practising everything from voice levels to dressing appropriately to even, of course, how to curtsy and bow," she told People Magazine.
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These rules will often then be followed when they are flown around the world with their parents on visits.
Prince George was just nine months old when he first went away with Kate and William for a royal tour of New Zealand.
Princess Charlotte also visited Canada when she was one.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor also took a royal trip at a very young age.
The first-born son of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited South Africa with his parents when he was just four-months old.
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